That's it, the game is over! Eventually, that was a very enjoyable afternoon of entertainment. Over in Leicester, it's finished 0-0 between the hosts and Chelsea. Tottenham have picked up the point they needed to finish fourth and take one of the Champions League qualification places. Everton's second half-revival made a game of it; they finish eighth. Thanks for following all the fun today.
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Tottenham Hotspur - Everton
Premier League - 12 May 2019
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A late chance for Everton with a free-kick 40 yards from goal. Sigurdsson floats it into the box but it's cleared easily by Everton.
There will be a minimum of two additional minutes.
It's still 0-0 between Leicester and Chelsea. As it stands, Tottenham will finish fourth and Everton eighth.
Lookman has been excellent since his introduction too, and really fancies this. He probes down the left for Everton, but mis-controls a return pass on his way into the area just as a situation looked promising.
Gomes, who has been excellent since he came on, wins Everton a corner. Digne plays it short and then fires in the return, but it's straight down the throat of Lloris.
CHANCE! Digne whips in a ball from the left, which Tosun climbs to reach. He gets a firm connection but it's straight at Lloris from eight yards out.
Free-kick to Tottenham after Lookman fouls Walker-Peters. Gomes clears Eriksen's ball in for a corner, which is cleared.
This match now feels like both teams are going for the title on the last day, such is the energy. What a contrast with the first half.
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 2 (Eriksen 75) Everton 2
Incredible! Tottenham go up the other end and win a free-kick to the left of the Everton area. Eriksen sizes it up, and whips a low shot into Pickford's left-hand corner to draw Spurs level! Breathless stuff!
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 1 Everton 2 (Tosun 72)
Well well, Everton are in front! Sigurdsson whips in a corner from the left, and Keane thunders a downward header at goal. Lloris parries, Lookman scuffs the rebound, and the ball is scrambled in by Tosun! What a turnaround!
Schneiderlin is booked for shirt-pulling.
GOAL! Tottenham Hotspur 1 Everton 1 (Walcott 69)
Out of nothing, Everton are level! Lookman drives purposefully into the middle, and picks out Sigurdsson, who slides it to Walcott on the right. From a wide position Walcott cuts back onto his left foot and drills a low shot into the bottom corner!
After the boon of the early goal, it feels like Tottenham are intent on doing just enough here. You can't really blame them for being a bit leggy after Wednesday.
Eriksen finds room in the hole - he almost picks out the run of Lucas Moura, but Mina clears.
Gueye and Bernard are hooked for Everton, replaced by Lookman and Andre Gomes.
Tottenham have settled down a bit more here. They have a prolonged bout of possession in Everton's half - nothing comes of it, but they seem back in control.
CHANCE! Everton win the ball off Eriksen high up the pitch. Tosun feeds Bernard, sprinting through on goal, but he can't connect with the pass properly and it dribbles out for a goal kick.
Walker-Peters with a clumsy tackle here. That should be a booking really, but it doesn't seem in the spirit of such a laid back day. Andre Marriner lets it go.
Eriksen wins a corner for Tottenham. After much head tennis, Everton clear.
Free-kick to Everton on the right. Sigurdsson floats it in, but it drifts away from all the blue shirts. Spurs want to be wary of giving him too many set pieces.
Corner to Everton. Sigurdsson whips it in, Tottenham clear, though Digne then picks out Walcott on the right. His shot is well-blocked by Davies and Spurs clear.
Peep peep, we're off for the second half!
Victor Wanyama is coming on for Dele Alli.
With 45 minutes of the 2018/19 Premier League season to go, Tottenham are set to finish third and Everton will finish eighth. A goal in the Leicester City - Chelsea game would change that, but at half-time that's locked at 0-0.
That's your lot for the first half. An early goal for Tottenham, who strolled through the first twenty minutes, but Everton have roused themselves from slumber since then to make it a much more even match.
...but Digne wallops it into the wall and Tottenham clear.
A chance for Everton here in injury time as Ben Davies brings down Walcott 20 yards from goal...
A chance for Tottenham - Keane coughs the ball up to Lamela, but his through ball isn't good enough to pick out Alli. For a second then it looked like Tottenham were in.
A half-chance breaks to Walcott in the Tottenham area, but Dier gets the block in to see away the danger.
Michael Keane connects with an Everton free-kick in the Tottenham box, but his header is wayward and off-target. A few seconds later, Sigurdsson hits a dipping shot that Lloris gathers well. Better from Everton.
Tottenham manage to work a chance for Dele Alli on the edge of the Everton area, but he can't get hold of the shot properly and drags it wide of the post.
No real tempo to this at all at the moment. Sissoko is lively enough for Tottenham, but it's standard end of season fare so far.
Lively from Everton at last - Sigurdsson picks out Bernard with a cross field ball into the Tottenham area, and forces a smart save out of Lloris.
There's a real end of term, bring your games in feel to the game so far. Spurs are cruising into the Champions League here, and maybe even third place - Leicester City and Chelsea is still level.
Half a chance for Everton - a low cross finds Walcott, who can only scuff his shot at Lloris.
Corner for Tottenham, but it's handled with ease by Everton is sent clear.
Tottenham are well on top here, and pressing the issue. Their fans are in great voice too, as you'd expect with a trip to Madrid to look forward to.
GOAL! Tottenham 1 (Dier 3) Everton 0
Eric Dier has put Tottenham one up after three minutes, poking a ball home from a scramble from a corner.
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That, perhaps, is evidence of the stasis at Everton while a Big Six has formed ahead of them in the Premier League. They should fancy today though; although they have not won at any of Tottenham’s stadiums since 2008, Everton have taken seven points from the last nine without conceding a goal. By contrast Tottenham have lost the last two in their new stadium, against West Ham and Ajax, without finding the net themselves.
Everton will be interested in what happens at Leicester as well. A defeat against Tottenham today offers Leicester the chance to leapfrog the Blues into 8th position. Last season Everton finished in 8th place with 49 points. They’re currently sat on 53, but no closer to the European football that they missed out on last season.
Although that final in Madrid is in the bank for June 1, there are no guarantees that Tottenham will win it. Therefore, they still need to secure fourth place in the Premier League to be certain of having another crack at the Champions League next year. One point will put it beyond any mathematical anxiety and keep Arsenal in fifth place. Spurs could even finish third, if they win today and Chelsea fail to win at Leicester City.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you’ll be aware that it’s been something of a seismic week for Tottenham. On Wednesday they secured a place in the first Champions League final in the history of the club, via that astonishing second half comeback against Ajax in Amsterdam.
Son Heung-min and Juan Foyth are suspended for Tottenham after their misdemeanours against Bournemouth last weekend. For Everton their forward starlet Richarlison, who turned 22 this week, is out due to bashed-up ribs. It’s not immediately clear what formation Everton have plumped for with that line-up, but it appears to be three at the back.
And your Evertonians:
(4-4-2) Pickford; Zouma, Mina, Keane Digne; Schneiderlin, Gueye, Sigurdsson, Bernard; Walcott, Tosun
SUBS: Stekelenburg, Baines, Jagielka, Gomes, Davies, Lookman, Kenny
Your Tottenham Hotspurs today:
(4-3-3) Lloris; Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Dier, Davies; Sissoko, Alli, Eriksen; Lamela, Lucas Moura, Llorente
SUBS: Gazzaniga, Trippier, Janssen, Wanyama, Aurier, Marsh, Skipp
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