Antonio Conte take his first Premier League game as Tottenham Hostspur manager today as his side travel to Goodison to take on Everton.
The Italian is back in English football after taking over in the hot seat at Spurs and he faces a difficult trip to Everton today in his first EPL outing as manager of the North London club.
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Antonio Conte took charge of his first game midweek, as Tottenham ran out 3-2 winners in the Europa League clash over Vitesse midweek.
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After a bright start to the Premier League season Everton’s manager Rafa Benitez is starting to feel the heat after three consecutive losses. Defeats, in particular to Wolves and Watford, will be something of a worry for the Goodison faithful.
In particular the 5-2 home loss to a struggling Watford side will have fans scratching their heads as Everton’s injury crisis looks to be affecting results on the pitch.
The Toffees are still missing Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Andre Gomes, Yerry Mina and Abdoulaye Doucoure – four players who are pivotal for the side.
Everton v Tottenham FC TV Broadcast Details
What league?: Premier League
What Match: Everton v Tottenham
What date: 7th November 2021
Where is the game played?: Goodison Park (Everton).
What time is kick off?: 14:00 GMT
Tottenham will be looking to take advantage of an Everton side who look a little brittle at the moment and to rebound and put in an impressive performance for their new manager.
Antonio Conte will be looking to take three points back to London with him this afternoon, as Spurs look to regain some of their confidence following a string of poor results in the EPL, most notably a 3-0 home defeat against Manchester Utd last time out.
Tottenham are already 11 points behind league leaders Chelsea and no doubt Champions League football is now the goal this season.
Harry Kane needs a goal at the moment and and a trip to Everton could be just the tonic for the England striker.