EVE vs TOT Dream11 : Two regressing sides take on each other in a bid to overhaul their dwindling seasons.
For both of our opponents of the day, the ongoing edition of the Premier League has been anything but a solace filled affair. Both the sides are beleaguered, bludgeoned in the ten matches they have played till now to find themselves unravelling, waning and wavering to slump ever deeper into the depths of the points tally.
For the home side in particular who sit in 17th place, the season has been one riddled by the same predicaments of last season. Their unsavoury and derogatory have seen them face massive backlash and jibes for the gaffe the side have been embroiled in, a season reminiscent of last season.
What has been a bigger source of misdemeanour for the outfit are not just the way they have underwhelmed but the manner in which they have gone about their season. They transcended on the league with some good performances which promised to see the side finally unlock the true potential in their outfit but after a couple of favourable results, the side have managed to win just once in their previous five matches.
In Tottenham today though, they are up against a side who they know they can manage to squirm through to the three points if they manage to ingrain in place a slightly cohesive and responsible performance. Floundering in 12th place, Tottenham themselves have been berated owing to the scuffle they find themselves in, one which has seen them also win just once in their previous five matches with their being a clear fallout between the club and team management.
Probable Playing 11
- Bernard and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are the injury concerns for Everton for today with the players failing to recover in time for this match.
- Hugo Lloris and Erik Lamela are both ruled out for this clash for the visitors today owing to their prevelant injury concerns.
Pickford (GK), Sidibe, Keane, Mina, Digne, Delph, Gomes. Walcott, Iwobi, Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin
Gazzaniga (GK), Davies, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Aurier, Alli, Winks, Sissoko, Son, Eriksen, Kane
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Everton Vs Tottenham
Date And Time: 3rd November, Sunday- 10:00pm IST
Venue: Goodison Park
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Sidibe, Mina, Digne, Gordon
- Davies, Moura, Ndombele, Kane
Top Goal Scorer
- Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 3 Goals
- Harry Kane: 6 Goals
EVE vs TOT Dream11 Goal-Keeper
We are getting in Tottenham’s Paulo Gazzaniga for this encounter after the shot stopper enshrined in place some promising displays in the bygone clash against Liverpool. If it hadn’t been for the plethora of saves he had roped his way, his side were ascertained to be demised to a defeat, saves which see us entrust faith in his for this one as well.
EVE vs TOT Dream11 Defenders
We are going in with an entire trivalent of defenders from the home side given the gameplan the team is set to approach this clash with. The side have been despondent in the attacking side of things, caught in a tussle and turmoil with the unit failing to muster up goals to leave the outfit in disarray.
They know that the only way they can carve out something from this encounter and emerge unblemished is if they backline manages to hold out the visiting side, seeing us go in with the trio of Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina and Djibril Sidibe. From the other side meanwhile we are going in with Ben Davies, a player whose ability to canter down into the opposition’s side of the park makes him good value for this one.
EVE vs TOT Dream11 Midfielders
Ever since Christian Eriksen made it clear that he wants to leave the club preceding the start of the season, the player has looked clearly disinterested and cut out as a lone figure on the pitch. His performances have waned and wavered but with him being on corners and freekicks, he’s someone we had to go in for this match.
Harry Winks and Tanguy Ndombele are coming in from the side as well for us while from Everton we have opted for Richarlison, their biggest threat in the attacking component of the park given the escalated role he’s been handed over by his side.
EVE vs TOT Dream11 Strikers
The leading goal scorers from both the side’s are brought in by us for this clash with us beginning with Harry Kane from Tottenham. If his side are going to be crafting a goal, it’s ever so likely to come from the striker’s feet given the immense repertoire of traits he holds in his kitty which have seen him score 6 goals for his side.
Elsewhere from the home side we have chosen Richarlison who has manoeuvred his way to three goals, the highest out of any player from his side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Kane will be our captain for this encounter while Eriksen is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.