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Harry Kane
Harry Kane has gone off the boil in recent weeks and will want to end the season on a goal scoring note. Getty Images

Everton welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Goodison Park for the final Premier League clash of the season on Sunday, 24 May.

Where to Watch

Kick-off is set for 3pm BST. There is no live TV or radio coverage. Catch the highlights of the match on BBC One and BBC One HD at 11pm BST.


It is the final weekend of the 2014/15 Premier League season. The campaign, which started out as one of the tightest, with seven teams vying for a place in the top four, fizzled out towards the end making it less exciting than the previous seasons which saw matches going right down to the wire.

Tottenham travel to Goodison Park hoping to seal a place in the Europa League, but Liverpool and Southampton are also in the running for a place in Europe.

Mauricio Pochettino mostly has a fully fit squad and will choose his strongest lineup to ensure a victory on the final day of the campaign.

Romelu Lukaku
Everton manager Roberto Martinez will be banking on Romelu Lukaku to fire against Tottenham as they look to finish in the top 10. Getty

Everton, who had a phenomenal campaign last season, have struggled with the demands of Europa League along with their domestic campaign and have found themselves in a battle with the mid-table teams for a top half finish.

Roberto Martinez is aware that his team have not lived up to expectations and will hope his team can end with a home win and ensure a 10<sup>th place finish.

What Managers Say

Roberto Martinez [on Distin farewell]: "Sylvain has had a bit of an illness in the last two or three days so we are going to assess him today. If he is available for selection, he will have the opportunity at the weekend to say his farewell to the fans."

Mauricio Pochettino: "For me, yes (there has been progress), but you need to analyse and assess the season,' 'We are in a process with a lot of change, and it is difficult for the people outside to see, but we are ambitious, so for that we need to work hard to do better next season."

Betting Odds (

  • Everton to win: 24/19
  • Draw: 13/5
  • Tottenham to win: 21/10

Team News


  • Injured: Alcaraz, Baines, Oviedo, Pienaar, Gibson, Hibbert
  • Doubtful: Distin
  • Suspended: N/A

Possible XI: Howard, Coleman, Galloway, Jagielka, Stones, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Barkley, Osman, Lukaku.


  • Injured: Kyle Walker, Davies
  • Doubtful: Vormx
  • Suspended: N/A

Possible XI: Lloris, Dier, Fazio, Vertonghen, Rose, Bentaleb, Mason, Lamela, Eriksen, Chadli, Kane.