This weekend Spurs and Everton will meet for the rearranged middle of the table clash. The fixture was due to be played on match day 13 however the game was called off due to poor weather.
Tottenham go into the match on a statistically better run of form with three wins in their five most recent league games. They will be looking to move level on points with Brighton with two games in hand.
Everton have failed to win a game since their resounding victory over Bristol. The Toffees will be able to move within one point of Arsenal depending on other results.
Tottenham have not announced any new injury concerns.Embed from Getty Images
Willie Kirk has confirmed that Gabby George may feature in the away side’s starting eleven. The No.6 has been recovering from an ACL injury, however the manager believes George is now fit to start.
Ones to watch
Lucy Quinn scored the home side’s only goal in the 1-0 victory against West Ham. The forward’s goal represented the last Spurs goal in the league however Rehanne Skinner’s side will be looking to put an end to that.
Jill Scott has been excellent for the Toffees since signing on loan for Manchester City and has had an instant impact. The midfielder has been a driving force through the midfield. Scott recently marked 150 England caps in an historical International appearance. The No.18 brings some vital experience to the visitors.
The tie kicks off at 2pm and will be shown on the FA Player.