Everton v Tottenham Live Stream : Toffees look to end season on high at Goodison

Tottenham Hotspur need to win this game in order to guarantee their place in the Europa League next season.

Chelsea did Tottenham Hotspur a favor by winning the Capital Cup, as it means that the sixth placed team in the Premier League will also go to the Europa League next season.

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Tottenham Hotspur are currently 6th in the league, with 61 points on the table, one more than Southampton.

A win guarantees them European Football, although a Southampton defeat can also put them through.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men won their last game against Hull City to put an end to their three game winless run in the Premier League.

PFA Young Player of the Year, Harry Kane would be looking to finish his incredible season on a high note, with a win against Everton.

The hosts have endured a tough time in the Premier League this season and are currently 10th in the season with 47 points on the table.

They need to win this game to make sure they finish the season in the upper half of the table.

A loss will allow West Ham and Crystal Palace to leapfrog them in the standings.

Romelu Lukaku scored a late goal against West Ham last time out to earn his side three points, and with both Everton and West Ham tied on same points and same goal difference, it could turn out to be a good race to watch who finish higher in the league.

Although the Toffees have scored more goals, which put them ahead of their London rivals.

Aaron Lenon is ineligible to play against his parent club so he will not feature. Sylvain Distin, who is out of contract at the end of the season, can start the game to bid farewell to the supporters.

Everton are still without a number of key players including Leighton Baines, Steven Pienaar, Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson.