The Toffees are 11/5 shots to snare the spoils at White Hart Lane, with the hosts impossibly short at 13/10, while a draw can be backed at 5/2.
Given Spurs’ apparent inability to deliver the goods on the homestead, the former is the only match-betting punt to be on here, but as if that wasn’t enough, we’ve readied three best bets to be served on the side.
Each of the Lilywhites’ last four Premier League outings have ended 2-1 to the team playing away, with Newcastle and Stoke among the teams to leave the Lane in jubilation.
Roberto Martinez’s men have beaten Spurs by this exact scoreline twice in their previous seven meetings, while they’re unbeaten in five of eight sojourns to this corner of the nation’s capital.
Everton’s current hot streak has flown under the radar and so has the form of their record signing.
Belgian battering ram Lukaku took his tally to three goals in five starts in prising off the deadlock against Wolfsburg.
It was the second successive match in which he opened the scoring, while he’d called the scoreboard operator into action before the 30-minute mark at Burnley too, meaning the more adventurous punters may fancy him as their first goalscorer wager at 6/1.
The Toffees have been ahead at the interval in each of the previous five games they’ve emerged victorious, bagging seven goals before the half-time whistle sounded.
Tottenham, by contrast, have gone in behind in each of their previous three domestic games, notching just twice before the orange intake in their last six across all competitions.