General view before the game
Everton will be looking to kick off their 2016-17 Premier League campaign on a positive note when they take on Tottenham Hotspur at home this afternoon.
The Toffees will head into the match against Tottenham at Goodison Park high on confidence.
The Merseyside outfit have a new manager in charge, Ronald Koeman, who will be aiming for a strong start.
Everton endured a disappointing season in the Premier League in 2015-16 and failed to finish in the top 10 of the league table.
Under Koeman, the Toffees will be aiming to challenge for a top-six spot in the Premier League this season.
Meanwhile, Tottenham will be looking to finish in the top four of the table yet again.
The North London outfit ended up as high as third in the standings last season.
Spurs will have an eye on the Premier League title as well, but they cannot be complacent about picking up all three points against Everton at Goodison Park this afternoon.
This is how Everton and Tottenham will line up for the Premier League game at Goodison Park:
- Maarten Stekelenburg
- Leighton Baines
- Ramiro Funes Mori
- Mason Holgate
- Phil Jagielka
- Ross Barkley
- Gareth Barry
- Idrissa Gueye
- James McCarthy
- Kevin Mirallas
- Gerard Deulofeu
Substitutes: Joel Robles, Brendan Galloway, Bryan Oviedo, Tom Cleverley, Tom Davies, Aaron Lennon, Arouna Koné.
- Hugo Lloris
- Toby Alderweireld
- Danny Rose
- Jan Vertonghen
- Kyle Walker
- Dele Alli
- Eric Dier
- Christian Eriksen
- Erik Lamela
- Victor Wanyama
- Harry Kane
Substitutes: Michel Vorm, Ben Davies, Josh Onomah, Ryan Mason, Harry Winks, Vincent Janssen.
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