All good things must come to an end and when fourth-placed Spurs travel to Merseyside they can put a stop to Everton’s unbeaten home record this season and land away win odds of 37/20.
Roberto Martinez’s side are priced up at 7/5 for a home victory with the draw 23/10.
Tottenham have won all but one of their away matches this term.
Andre Villas-Boas may have had a point when he chastised the White Hart Lane faithful for their lack of support.
The 2-2 draw in the Capital One Cup against Hull – which Spurs went on to win on penalties – was the third time in four home matches that the Lilywhites have failed to win.
On the road Spurs have fared much better, with victories in their last five games in all competitions.
The Toffees form is patchy and they have lost two of their last five games.
Romelu Lukaku has been a revelation since arriving on loan from Chelsea and his five goals in as many league games are a big factor in Everton’s charge up to sixth in the Premier League table.
The Belgian international scored the opening goal against Man City at the Etihad recently, but it wasn’t enough to keep Manuel Pellegrini’s men down and the home side went on to win easily.
Everton also lost in the Capital One Cup against struggling Fulham with first-team regulars Lukaku, Sylvain Distin, James McCarthy and Seamus Coleman all completing 90 minutes.
Martinez’s squad has been stretched to the limit in recent weeks and they are down to just two fit centre-halves.
Everton’s Spanish boss will be aware that his side are an injury away from Gareth Barry featuring in the centre of defence, with Johnny Heitinga joining Antolin Alcaraz in the treatment room with a groin strain.
The former Wigan chief has garnered plenty of praise this season for keeping Everton tight at the back, but if either Distin or Phil Jagielka pick up a knock during the game the home bench will be anxious and Spurs have the attacking talent to capitalise should that be the case.