Tottenham vs. Everton Betting Tips: Back Kane to score a header in the capital
Saturday's late game kicks off at 17:30 on Sky Sports where Tottenham host Everton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
After defeat against Arsenal and a 0-0 draw with Frankfurt in Europe, Conte has got his side returning to winning ways with back to back victories by a one goal margin.
Spurs will be looking to extend the gap between themselves and Chelsea to seven points with a victory here, with Chelsea travelling away to Aston Villa on Sunday. Emerson remains suspended for this game, with Richarlison and Kulusevski both a doubt through injury.
A poor start to the season for Lampard's side has seen them only pick up four points from their first six matches even though facing the likes of Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest, Brentford and Leeds, all games they would have expected to do better in. Since then, they have picked up a deserved point at home to Liverpool, along with victories against both West Ham and Southampton.
Five yellow cards in just eight games for the Everton academy graduate, Anthony Gordon, means he will miss out on Saturday evening due to suspension. Dwight McNeil is likely to start in replacement of Gordon, with a strong chance that the rest of the team goes unchanged.
Tottenham vs Everton Tips
The guy is on fire this season, with his tally now standing at eight goals in just nine Premier League games. He has the second highest expected goals (xG) in the Premier League, behind only the robot Erling Haaland.
Almost averaging a goal every game this season, taking even money implies just a 50% chance of scoring which looks huge value against this Everton side. Everton rank 5th for expected goals against (xGa), conceding 14.67 over the course of the season. Only conceding nine goals however, they look to be massively overachieving defensively.
A selection I tipped up in my article against Leicester a few weeks back where Kane headed into the back of the net early on to land both selections including the headed goal at 8/1. I am happy to go in again on Kane here at a very similar price of 17/2. 7/1 and 6/1 also on offer with Betfair/Paddy Power and William Hill.
He has officially now scored four headed goals in just nine Premier League matches this season, with the most recent goal against Brighton going down as “another body part”. Shoulder or head, he is getting into the correct positions week in week out to get these chances, with the wing backs main goal of getting the ball into the mixer. If he's lurking again in those areas, he should get a host of chances at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday evening.