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Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher both agree over Tottenham vs Everton score prediction

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have shared their predictions for when Tottenham Hotspur host Everton in North London this weekend.

Tottenham appear to have turned a corner in the last couple of games. Their performances were still fairly good during their run of four defeats in five. But Ange Postecoglou‘s side have now won their last two.

Having said that, they are facing an Everton side who have picked up more points than anyone over the last four games.

Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher back Tottenham to beat Everton

It says everything about how good Sean Dyche‘s men have been this season that we are only 17 games in, they

yet manage to stay out of the relegation zone despite having lost 10 of their points. They really have nine points more than the bottom three right now.

Tottenham won’t be taking them lightly, for sure. And even though Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher predicted Spurs to win on Stick to Football, Neville obviously believes the Toffees may win.

Neville remarked, “That one is tough; I’m not sure I agree with it.”

“I believe Spurs will prevail,” Carragher retorted.

Spurs 2-1. Neville said, “Set piece, Everton might score a set piece.”

Two very different transfer windows may lie ahead

With Arsenal and Liverpool playing each other this weekend, and Manchester City away on Club World Cup duty, there is an opportunity for Tottenham to close the gap on the teams above them.

Spurs face Brighton, Bournemouth and Burnley after taking on the Toffees. So Postecoglou’s men will feel that this could be a fruitful period of the campaign.

And when that run is finished, Spurs will have access to the January transfer market to try and make the reinforcements they sorely need.

The top priority for Tottenham is a center back. However, there are a few spots that could need repair, like the middle of the park, where Pape Matar Sarr and Yves Bissouma are both scheduled to go for international service shortly.

Everton, on the other hand, may likely be a little more carefree in January. As things currently stand, there is definitely no reason to panic purchase because they seem to be headed in the right direction under Dyche.

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