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The full-time whistle goes and Everton and Tottenham have to settle for a point apiece after a hard-fought goalless draw at Goodison Park. Spurs had the better of the first half and Roberto Martinez's side controlled the second, while both will feel they coiuld have had a penalty. However, a draw is most certainly a fair result as Tottenham remain one point ahead of their opponents.
Spurs must be certain that Lloris is okay as their final change sees Eriksen come on for Holtby.
Lukaku also picked up a knock in the collision with Lloris and has to be replaced by Jelavic for the closing stages.
Lukaku is booked but it looked entirely accidental. Lloris requires treatment and a stretcher is brought on, but he is thankfully okay and returns to his feet.
Lennon makes way for Sigurdsson as Villas-Boas makes his second substitution.
Paulinho is shown a yellow card following a foul on McCarthy and the Everton fans respond with a huge sarcastic cheer after missing out on the penalty moments earlier.
A double change for Everton sees Mirallas and Osman replaced by youngsters Deulofeu and Barkley.
Tottenham make their first change of the afternoon as Dembele comes on for Sandro in midfield.
The ball breaks for Lukaku in the middle of the pitch and he is able to launch a swift counter-attack with Everton three-on-two. He plays in Mirallas but Chiriches does brilliantly to slide in with a perfectly timed challenge. He needed to get that right and replays show he did, although Mirallas felt he was fouled and is booked for dissent.
The half-time whistle goes and the score remains goalless. It has been a lively first half and Tottenham have certainly had the better of things, but there have been no clear-cut chances.
McCarthy becomes the second player to go into the book after tugging back Vertonghen following a burst down the left wing.
Everton have not been given the chance to settle yet thanks to Tottenham's pressing, but sometimes the enthusiasm of Spurs has gone a bit over the top and Holtby fouled Baines near the corner flag. Howard was not impressed but gets booked for dissent after having a word with referee Friend.
'This is Stewart MacLaren from a warm & windy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Tottenham 2-1 at Goodison Park this afternoon with good goals from Leighton Baines & Romelu Lukaku.'
Lee Tomlinson writes: 'Hope we score some goals today. We need them! Don't think AVBs system is working as the lack of (league goals) shows! Hate to admit it but big Ade might be a solution. COYS.'
This just in from or friends at Sky Bet: Romelu Lukaku is the 5/1 favourite to open the scoring having found the net five times in as many league appearances for the Toffees. Roberto Soldado is considered Spurs' main threat for the opener at 6/1. England sensation Andros Townsend has been boosted to 16/1 to strike first. Everton are 7/5 favs to take the three points with Spurs at 2/1 and the draw 12/5.
Chris Green from Huddersfield says: 'Goodison Park is one of the toughest places to come to in the Premier League, but Spurs have the players to cope with any difficult challenge, and providing they perform to their full potential, I can't see the Evertonians getting the better of the Londoners this afternoon. I can't say for sure what the final score will be, but I see Spurs winning this one by a comfortable margin (3-1), with Soldado and Townsend amongst the goals.'
Zeeshan writes: 'I love both teams, but I want Tottenham to win to increase pressure on Arsenal. I think 1-0 to Tottenham.'
Sam is the first to get in touch, saying: 'As we are away from home and I would normally take a point at Goodison. But with Arsenal wining and Chelsea and Liverpool both losing we have to win we want to battle with the top teams in the prem. COYS.'
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