Spurs pulled off a European miracle on Wednesday night but their league campaign is not over yet.
Champions League football is all but secured for next season; Mauricio Pochettino’s side just need to avoid a massive defeat that would see their 8+ goal difference swing behind that of Arsenal.
Spurs’ final game of this season is at the new stadium and with numerous players rumoured to be leaving this summer; this could be the last time that Spurs fans see the likes of Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld play in white.
The hosts will want to end their rollercoaster of a season off with a win and one last boost of confidence before heading to Madrid for the Champions League Final against Liverpool.
However, Everton have been on a good run of results of late and will no doubt be more than happy to crash the Spurs party at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Here’s how we think Spurs will line up.
GK - Hugo Lloris
Lloris has been in fine form in recent months and will, as usual, take his place between the sticks for Spurs.
RB - Kieren Trippier
Trippier will continue his run of starts with Serge Aurier still out injured.
CB - Toby Alderweireld
Being Tottenham’s only fit out-right central defender, Alderweireld will start at the back for Spurs.
CB - Ben Davies
With Jan Vertonghen picking up and injury in midweek and Sanchez still not being fit, Davies could be pushed into the centre of defence.
LB - Danny Rose
This could Rose’s final game in front of a Tottenham home crowd and will no doubt get a good reception from the Spurs faithful.
CDM - Eric Dier
With Wanyama being ruled out of this game, Dier could come in to the holding midfield position.
CM - Moussa Sissoko
Possibly Spurs’ best player this season, Sissoko will be Spurs’ box to box player for this one.
CM - Christian Eriksen
After grabbing a goal against Everton in the away fixture, Eriksen will be looking to repeat his previous performance.
CAM - Dele Alli
After a brilliant performance in midweek Alli will be looking to add to his league numbers on Sunday afternoon.
ST - Fernando Llorente
Llorente changed the game for Spurs against Ajax allowing his team mates to make runs off of him. He’s likely to do the same again against Everton,
ST - Lucas Moura
Pochettino’s ‘superhero’ performed a miracle with a Champions League hat trick just days ago and should be called upon yet again here.