Everton v Tottenham Hotspur live stream, Sunday 7 November, 2pm GMT
Antonio Conte will take charge of his first Premier League game as Tottenham manager at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Spurs unveiled the Italian as their new boss on Tuesday, a little over 24 hours after they parted ways with Nuno Espirito Santo. The appointment of Conte is something of a coup for Tottenham; the Italian is one of the best managers in the world with a proven track record of success. With Conte on the touchline, a top-four finish is suddenly a realistic target for Tottenham this term.
Everton suffered a 2-1 defeat by Wolves on Monday night, extending their winless run to four games in the Premier League. In his post-match interviews Rafael Benitez tried to focus on his side’s improved display in the second half at Molineux, but the damage had already been done by that point. Given his Liverpool connections and the fact that many Everton fans were not overly pleased with his appointment in the summer, Benitez cannot afford for this run of defeats to drag on for much longer.
Tottenham will have to make do without Bryan Gil and Ryan Sessegnon, but Conte otherwise has a full complement of players to choose from. The former Chelsea boss used a 3-4-3 formation in the 3-2 victory over Vitesse on Thursday and will stick with that shape here. He could even name the same starting XI, with Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy Ndombele likely to remain as impact substitutes should they be required.
Everton will be unable to call upon the services of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Abdoulaye Doucoure and Yerry Mina, but Lucas Digne could come back in at left-back. Fabian Delph is in line to start after his positive performance as a substitute against Wolves, while Benitez could stick with the 4-3-3 formation he used in the second half of that match.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT on Sunday 7 November. See below for international broadcast options.
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