Afternoon, and welcome to one of the classic match-ups of English football. This will not be boring, and there can be no greater accolade than that.
Premier League / Matchday 27
White Hart Lane / 05.03.2017
Anyway, thanks all for your company - enjoy the rest of your weekend.
That was a lot more comfortable than the scoreline suggests. Spurs were much too good for Everton, who struggled to contain their pressure and movement and against whom they struggled to make any attacking impression. Spurs are now four points clear of Liverpool in third place, while Everton stay seventh.
Full-time: Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Everton
Williams is booked for a foul - upon whom I saw not.
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Everton (Valencia) Another free-kick, clipped into the box, and there's Valencia to sweep home.
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Everton (Alli) Everton are a joke. Spurs win a free-kick on the right, just outside the box, which Winks clips in while Alli, nips into the space between Baines and Coleman. The ball arrives nicely, he flicks it past Robles, and this is over again.
There shall be four added minutes.
Off goes Kane, replaced by Janssen.
Everton have created as little as you'd expect after finagling that livener.
I think this makes him better than Dixie Dean.
Change for Spurs: Sissoko replaces Eriksen. He is duly booed by the Everton fans, for turning the club down last summer.
Lovely from Barkley, running round in circles beating men until he finds an angle for the cross. Knowing that Lukaku is behind him, Alderweireld slices behind his own goal for a corner, which Lloris punches away well.
Meant to say, immediately after the goal, Valencia replaced Gueye.
Funes Mori quickly does his best to re-establish the cosmic balance, allowing Kane through at inside-right, where he tires to sit Robles down and dink over him - except the keeper refuses to buy it, blocking well.
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Everton (Lukaku) What's this! Barkley sweeps a ball into Lukaku, who is far too strong for Vertonghen, leaving him eating the grass before guiding a firm sidefooter across Lloris. Out of nowhere we have ourselves a ball-game!
Spurs win a free-kick down the left and it's flicked on to Kane - his volley is deflected behind, then Robles has to block behind again after Eriksen's short corner is returned to him and no one has bothered to track his run. Everton have been abject today, as Stoke were at White Hart Lane last week, which demands that we note the common factor.
Change for Spurs: Dembele off, Winks on.
Coleman finally finds some space, moving away from Dembele who pulls him back and concedes both yellow card and free-kick, close the right edge of the box. Barkley with it, looking to roll back for Mirallas, but somehow makes a mess of a five-yard pass, putting it behind him, and that's that for another attack.
Davies lifts a pass for Walker, rampaging down the right, and he lays back for Kane, along and palely loitering in the middle; quite what Williams and Funes Mori are up to, well, who knows. But somehow, Kane then turns his finish into Robles' legs, and will have to wait until his 86th minute penalty to complete yet another hat-trick.