After investing so much in the transfer market this summer, Everton is aiming to break into the top four this season, and they started the season well before eventually losing their first game against Chelsea.
In this match, they face a similarly tough opponent whom they have not won against in their last nine attempts and Ronald Koeman will be eager for them to end that dismal run and get back to winning ways.
Tottenham have been dominant in this fixture over the past few seasons. They have started the season poorly with one win, a draw and a defeat in their opening three matches, the same as their opponents in this game.
Spurs could hand debuts to their two new signings in Davison Sanchez and Serge Aurier in this game.
Now that they are away from Wembley the pressure will be slightly off Tottenham but they can ill afford to drop more points so early on. The same applies to the Toffees, especially in front of their home fans.
A cagey game is on the cards and it is difficult to pick an outright winner, however, both sides are more than capable of scoring and that is the pick for this game.