Tottenham vs Everton: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news
TOTTENHAM begin their 2020/21 campaign with a tough home clash against new-look Everton.
After a disappointing campaign last time out, the Toffees will be targeting a new dawn and have handed Colombian star James Rodriguez his debut.
- Kick-off time: 4.30pm
- TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Main Event and Football/NOW TV
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Harry Kane may have looked off the pace at times during his recent England outings, but the Spurs striker will be buoyed by his recent record against Everton.
He has scored nine goals in his last nine Premier League appearances against the Toffees, only scoring more top-flight goals against Arsenal (10) and Leicester (14).
Even better news for Kane is this season starting in September giving his previous trouble finding the net in August.
MAN IN BLACK
Jose is in the building and looks like he means business.
HISTORY ON THEIR SIDE
Spurs certainly have the edge when it comes to recent meetings between these two clubs.
The London club are unbeaten in each of their last 15 Premier League matches against Everton, winning eight and drawing seven.
Their last defeat at the hands of the Toffees came in 2012 when goals from Nikica Jelavic and Steven Pienaar in the final two minutes gave Everton a dramatic late victory.
But we'll have to take their word for it for the time being.
12 Hart, 6 Sanchez, 11 Lamela, 17 Sissoko, 23 Bergwijn, 24 Aurier, 28 Ndombele
Jose Mourinho also sets his team out in a 4-2-3-1 shape as he hands starts to new arrivals Doherty and Hojberg.
1. Lloris, 2. Doherty, 4 Alderweireld, 15 Dier, 33 Davies, 5 Hojberg, 8 Winks, 27 Lucas Moura, 20 Alli, 27 Son, 10 Kane.
31 Joao Virginia, 2 Kenny, 10 Sigurdsson, 11 Walcott, 20 Bernard, 26 Davies, 27 Kean
Carlo Ancelotti names his three summer signings in his first starting line-up of the season as he sets his side out in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
1. Pickford, 23 Coleman, 13 Mina, 5 Keane, 12 Digne, 16 Doucoure, 6 Allan, Richarlison, 21 Andre Gomes, 19 Rodriguez, 9 Calvert-Lewin.
TEAM NEWS TIME!
No two clubs have met more on the opening weekend of a top-flight English season that Tottenham and Everton.
This will be the 11th occasion that the pair have begun a campaign against each other. The last time was at the start of 2016-17 when they drew 1-1 at Goodison Park.
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