Sunday, 9 February 2014

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After Liverpool v Arsenal on Saturday, the Liverpool v North London theme continues. The outcome of that game at Anfield may have a bearing on this one too.
It's not often Spurs fans would hope for an Arsenal win, but even they'll see that if Liverpool have lost to the Gunners, then the race for fourth will have become every bit as tight as the hunt for the title. As a result, Spurs and Everton's clash will have been thrown into even sharper focus.
This may even prove to be the most significant league meeting of the two since Spurs, then in second place, lost at home to league leaders Everton on a Wednesday night in April 1985. Everton, buoyed by the win, went on to win the eighth of their nine titles. I remember it because I was there, my first trip to White Hart Lane, filling time around a university interview.Everton's first season under Roberto Martinez has been little short of spectacular. No team has lost fewer matches, only Arsenal and Chelsea have conceded fewer goals and they are four points better off than at this stage of last season.
The worry now may be that injuries have already put a small squad under pressure. Everton need all their tried and trusted big-game players fit and ready week, in week out.
Spurs also have more points than at this stage of their last campaign, 44 compared to 42, yet somehow there's a feeling that they've underachieved.
It seems as though the Gareth Bale transfer still casts a shadow over the Lane. Proof positive that even £85m is no compensation for a player who at his best is a genuine world beater. Paulinho, Eriksen and on occasion Chiriches have shown their worth, but Chadli, Capoue, Soldado and Lamela have a lot to do before they look any more than expensive squad players.

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