Spurs are smarting from a 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United, in which a harsh VAR call went against them. Everton are unbeaten in three matches since returning from the break, with two wins and a draw.
EVERTON XI: Pickford, Coleman (c), Holgate, Keane, Digne, Davies, André Gomes, Iwobi, Sigurdsson, Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin. SUBS: Stekelenburg, Baines, Mina, Sidibé, Branthwaite, Baningime, Gordon, Bernard, Kean.
SPURS XI: Lloris (c), Aurier, Alderweireld, Dier, Davies, Winks, Sissoko, Moura, Son, Lo Celso, Kane. SUBS: Gazzaniga, Vertonghen, Sanchez, Cirkin, Skipp, Ndombele, Gedson, Bergwijn, Lamela.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this Premier League clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Everton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
KICK-OFF! After the players take the knee in support of Black Lives Matter, Everton get the game underway. Graham Scott is the referee.
Kane wins the first free-kick of the game off Keane and Son squares the ball. Everton hold firm for a while, but then Sigurdsson handballs. Free-kick again.
Lo Celso finds the head of Digne, who inadvertently heads behind for a corner despite Pickford’s best efforts. That’s cleared anyway.
Kane is flagged offside now. Spurs are doing all the attacking.
Alderweireld plays a long ball towards Son, but he can’t control it and Pickford is well-positioned.
Digne looks to cross from Everton’s left, but the ball in leaves plenty to be desired. Goal-kick.
Kane feeds Son, but Everton get bodies behind the ball well and prevent him from having a shot.
Everton get a few passes in, but Calvert-Lewin is flagged for offside.
Everton are still struggling to get anywhere when they’ve got the ball.
Lucas Moura takes a low shot from long range, which bounces just wide of the post.
GOAL, SPURS, LO CELSO! 1-0: Keane blocks Son’s effort from the edge of the box, but Son gets back on the ball and gives it to Kane, who feeds Lo Celso via a deflection. His shot hits Keane and goes in! Could even be an own goal.
CONFIRMED: OWN GOAL, KEANE. 1-0. Time for a drinks break now.
We’re back underway with Spurs looking to hold onto a well-deserved lead.
Lo Celso is tripped by Holgate. Free-kick in a good position.
Holgate has picked up a yellow card for that foul.
Dier’s free-kick is a good one and just grazes the top of the net. So close.
Spurs are still dictating the tempo of this game, although there haven’t been many chances at either end.
Kane’s free-kick is deflected behind for a Tottenham corner. Son’s delivery is headed away by Calvert-Lewin. Meanwhile, Mina is on for Holgate, who took a knock.
Sigurdsson’s corner finds Calvert-Lewin at the far post, and he does well to draw a save from Lloris.
At the other end, Digne does well to move across and block a Lucas Moura effort, turning it behind for a corner.
Pickford fails time catch a corner hit directly at him, spilling the ball, but spilling it away from danger.
HALF-TIME: SPURS 1-0 EVERTON. Keane’s own goal separates the side. There appears to be a heated debate between Son and Lloris.
Richarlison fires at goal from the edge of the box. That goes just wide of Lloris’ post. Perhaps Dier should have put more pressure on the Brazilian.
We’re into five minutes of stoppage time. Mourinho is receiving a talking to from the fourth official, by the look of it.
The second half is underway at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Gordon is on for Iwobi.
Gordon’s shot from distance is hit straight into the grasp of Lloris. That’s the first shot on target all game from either side, given that Spurs’ goal was a Keane own goal.
Digne surged down the left for Everton, past Aurier, but Alderweireld wins the ball and clears.
Son gets on the end of an Alderweireld long ball and in behind Mina. He goes for goal, but Pickford blocks.
Richarlison gets across Alderweireld, but can’t get on the end of a cross aimed in from Everton’s right towards him at the near post. Lloris gathers.
Lucas Moura cuts in and picks out Son, who tees up Winks, who goes for goal from long range. Off target.
Gomes looks for a man in the danger area, but it’s not a good ball and it floats harmlessly behind.
Son goes for goal from just outside the box after chopping inside onto his right. His curling effort just misses the target. Pickford probably had it covered.
Son draws yet another save from Pickford with a powerful effort aimed towards the near post. The South Korea international looks lively.
Bernard comes on for Everton in place of former Tottenham man Sigurdsson.
We’re into the second half drinks break.
Back underway at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for one last push.
Calvert-Lewin is caught offside as Everton look to break through the Spurs defence.
Moura fouls Davies and Everton have a promising free-kick.
Bernard fires straight into the wall. The ball comes out to Davies, who fires wide, but via a deflection.
Digne’s corner is headed away by Kane, who has had a quiet game.
Davies brings Richarlison down cynically in the middle of the park and takes a yellow card for the team.
Everton make a double change as Kean replaces Davies and Sidibe comes on for Coleman.
Bergwijn comes on for Spurs in place of Son.
Davies’ long-range volley soars over the target.
Gordon’s free-kick delivery finds Calvert-Lewin on the edge of the box. He tries an audacious backheel. Good effort, but Lloris saves.
Lamela comes on to replace Moura for Spurs.
Alderweireld picks up a yellow card for time-wasting.
Sissoko’s pass to Aurier is overhit and goes out of play. It has not been a polished performance from Spurs. They’re doing the minimum, but not much more.
Gomes picks up a yellow card for a late challenge on Lamela.
Everton’s corner is headed away to Gordon, who fires well over the target.
Lamela is lucky to escape without a booking for an off-the-ball foul.
FULL-TIME: TOTTENHAM 1-0 EVERTON. An unglamourous game was decided by a Keane own goal. Spurs pick up a much needed three points.
Sidibe’s long-range volley misses the target and that probably was Everton’s last hope of salvaging a point.
Vertonghen replaces Lo Celso in a defensive substitution.
Kean fires straight down Lloris’ throat from the edge of the box. Four minutes of stoppage time have been added.