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Tottenham Hotspur can climb to within two points of the top four if they beat Everton, who are on an eight-game unbeaten run, on Sunday.
Spurs have won their last two games in all competitions, beating Hull City and Partizan Belgrade in the past eight days.
Here is how we expect Mauricio Pochettino’s team to line up against the Toffees…
GK: Hugo Lloris
Hugo Lloris helped Spurs record their first clean sheet in five games on Thursday. He will again have to be on top form if Tottenham are to halt Everton’s unbeaten charge.
RB: Eric Dier
Kyle Walker is still unfit, while Kyle Naughton is suspended.
CB: Younes Kaboul
Captain Kaboul will start if he passes a late fitness test.
CB: Jan Vertonghen
Vertonghen has held Tottenham’s defence together in the last few weeks.
LB: Danny Rose
Like Kaboul, Rose faces a late fitness test. He is Pochettino favourite left-back, so, if he passes, he will return in place of Ben Davies.
CM: Ryan Mason
Mason is one of the first names on Pochettino’s Premier League teamsheets these days.
CM: Mousa Dembele
Etienne Capoue is not 100% fit, so Dembele should keep his place, despite a forgettable performance at Hull.