Tottenham Hotspur welcome Everton to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium aiming to bounce back from Thursday evening’s 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United.
After recording a tally of of four points from their first two games back following the restart, Spurs looked a good bet to maintain their solid run of form against the Blades, who had struggled since the campaign resumed last month.
However, Spurs were blown away by Chris Wilder’s side and found themselves 3-0 down before Harry Kane got his name on the score-sheet.
Spurs, though, can ill-afford to dwell too much on the defeat to United as they face a crunch clash with Everton this evening, knowing that a win could propel them up to eighth in the table, just one point behind Arsenal.
But Everton will arrive in North London with a great sense of confidence about themselves having taken seven points from their first three games since the restart.
It promises to be an interesting battle and one that could go a long way in determining Spurs’ hopes of securing European football for next season.
And our Spurs correspondent, Alasdair Gold, is inside a sparsely-populated Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for football.london and you can follow all of the action as it unfolds right here.