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[Teams] Everton vs Tottenham: Confirmed Line-ups

Tottenham face Everton at Goodison Park in the evening Saturday kick off with Harry Redknapp looking to get Spurs back to winning ways. Here are the line-ups.

Tottenham face Everton at Goodison Park in the evening Saturday kick off and we have the team for you.

Harry Redknapp will be looking to get Spurs back to winning ways after back to back league defeats to Arsenal and Man Utd. However, the Toffees will be tough opposition having beaten both Chelsea and Man City in their last two games at Goodison Park.

Jermain Defoe retains his place for Tottenham after scoring a classy brace against Stevenage during the week, and he partners Emmanuel Adebayor up front. Sandro comes in to play alongside Parker in midfield with Bale and Modric on the wings.

Everton are able to call upon striker Jelavic who returns from injury, Jagielka makes the bench after along injury lay-off.

Here are the confirmed line-ups:

Everton Team

Howard; Neville, Distin, Heitinga, Baines; Coleman, Fellaini, Cahill, Osman, Drenthe; Jelavic

SUBS: Mucha, Hibbert, Jagielka, Stracqualursi, Gueye, Rodwell, Anichebe.

Tottenham Team

Freidel, Walker, King, Kaboul, Assou-Ekotto; Modric, Parker, Sandro, Bale; Defoe, Adebayor

SUBS: Cudicini, Van der Vaart, Saha, Kranjcar, Rose, Livermore, Nelson.

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  1. wise

    March 11, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Saha defoe
    Bale. Modric. Parker. Adebayo
    Beniot Kaboul. Nelsen. Walker

    Play adebayor on the right to drift into center and get balls from walker
    Saha upfront,defoe behind as support striker helping midfield and putting pressure on defenders when defending
    Bale on the left to flow into center,
    Sub
    Replace saha or defoe wit vdv but keep vdv as top sriker so as not to disrupt form and move saha down if vdv plays

    Im so annoyed we lost to man u and arsenal

    Seems nobody really cares if we dont get it right,

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