Spurs v Everton

Spurs v Everton: Betting Offers

The most anticipated Premier League match of the weekend is set to take place at White Hart Lane when Pochettino's under performing Spurs take on Everton.

Spurs v Everton is on course to be the most bet on game of the weekend with bookies offering lots of betting offers and promotions for use on Saturday's match.

Spurs v Everton: Betting Offers

Before checking out our match preview, compare the latest betting offers/boosted odds deals below or find Spurs' best odds or Everton's best odds.

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Treble Odds Offer

Join 888sport today and they'll pay out at TREBLE ODDS on your first bet. This makes Spurs 27/10 and Everton 9/1 - extra winnings in free bets!

Bet365 Moneyback Offer Bet365 Moneyback Offer

Moneyback If It's 0-0

Place a Correct Score, Scorecast or Half-time/Full-time bet on Spurs v Everton and if it ends 0-0, Bet365 will refund any losing bets as a bonus bet.

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Spurs To Beat Everton: 6/1

Join Betfair today and they'll give you boosted odds of 6/1 on Spurs beating Everton instead of 1/1. Max bet £10, extra winnings in free bets.

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Bet £20, Get a £10 Free Bet

Join PaddyPower and place a £20 pre-match bet on Spurs v Everton and PaddyPower will give you a £10 free bet to use 'In-Play' during the game.

Spurs v Everton: Preview

Neither Spurs nor Everton have had the best of starts to the season, with Spurs still looking to secure their first win and a much needed 3 points.

Spurs have won the last 3 times that they've played Everton with online bookies offering Spurs as the favourites to win when they meet at 17:30 on Saturday.

In the lead up to match day, we've taken a look at both teams forms, bookies best odds and the Spurs v Everton free bet offers you should use on the match.

Spurs' Best Odds: 1/1

Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs are having a pretty rough start with star striker Harry Kane yet to score his first goal of the new 2015/16 Premier League season.

After losing their opening game to Man Utd 0-1, Spurs have since let the lead slip twice against both Stoke and Leicester having drawn both matches.

Having only secured 2 points so far, Spurs currently occupy 15th position in the league.

Spurs seem to be lacking in a few key positions, and as the end of the transfer window approaches, they really need to sign a striker to ease the pressure on Kane.

Spurs are the clear favourites and SkyBet offers the best odds at 1/1, as well as a generous 'bet £5, get £20 in free bets' deal for new account holders.

Everton's Best Odds: 33/10

Everton have had a slightly better start to the season, having secured 4 points from their first 3 games and are currently 7th in Premier League table.

They held Watford to a draw in their opening game but then went on the beat Southampton in style (3-0) but lost at home to a rampant Man City side (0-2).

Roberto Martinez's men haven't beaten Spurs at White Hart Lane since 2008 and will be hoping to change their luck and net a full 3 points on Saturday.

With both Gerard Deulofeu and Lacina Traore set for inclusion in Everton's squad, The Toffeemen could prove tough opponents for Mauricio's men.

If you’re betting on Everton, Bet Victor offers the best odds at 33/10 as well as offering to match new members first bets (max £50) with a bonus bet of equal value.

Odds On A Draw: 13/5

Previous matches between Spurs and Everton have traditionally been hard to predict and so the game could very well end up being a boring old 0-0 draw.

Luckily Bet365 offer a bonus bet on 0-0 draws so if it does end 0-0, they'll refund losing Correct Score, Scorecast or Half-time/Full-time bets on Spurs v Everton.

The odds on the game ending in a draw are actually pretty good, and Betfair offers the best at 13/5 as well a 'bet £10, get £30 free' deal for new members.

NB: Spurs v Everton free bets, offers and odds correct at the time of writing. Betting odds tend to shorten odds closer to kick-off so bet early to get the best odds!