Everton vs. Tottenham odds: Premier League picks from model that's up 1,800 percent

Tottenham welcomes Everton to Wembley Stadium on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Tottenham is a -395 money-line favorite, meaning you would have to wager $395 to win $100. The Over-Under, or total number of goals oddsmakers think will be scored, is 2.5, unchanged from the open. Tottenham is favored by 1.5.

Before you bet Tottenham vs. Everton, you need to see what renowned European soccer expert David Sumpter has to say.

Sumpter is an applied mathematician who wrote Soccermatics, the book that shows how math works inside the game. Together with experienced analysts, Professor Sumpter developed the powerful "Soccerbot" model.

The Soccerbot reads current odds and all team performance data, calculates key metrics, and predicts upcoming matches. In the two-and-a-half seasons since it was born, the Soccerbot is up 1,800 percent on bookmakers' closing odds.

1,800 percent.

Now, the Soccerbot has set its sights on the EPL fixture between Tottenham and Everton and its picks are in. You can see them over at SportsLine.

We can tell you the model likes the total going Under, but what about betting the money line and against the spread?

Sumpter knows this is a big game for both clubs. Tottenham, which is two points ahead of Arsenal and three points behind fourth place Liverpool, has not lost to Everton in over five years. And Spurs has won five of their last six home games, scoring 19 goals in the process. 

Spurs forward Harry Kane, who was just awarded December's Premier League Player of the Month, has scored eight goals in his last six matches, which included back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton.

And Kane has been in superb form against Everton as well, scoring four goals in the last two meetings between these two clubs.

Everton, meanwhile, is winless in its last four Premier League matches and has lost three games in a row in all competitions. They currently sit in ninth place in the standings and have lost back-to-back meetings against Tottenham.

But just because Tottenham has had success against Everton recently doesn't mean it will cover the spread.

Tottenham has not defeated Everton by two goals or more in nine of the past 10 English Premier League meetings.

Sumpter's model identified where the value lies both on the money line and against the spread.

Sumpter's model knows the huge x-factor that determines which side of Tottenham-Everton you need to be all over, and he's only sharing it over at SportsLine.

So which side should you back in the Tottenham-Everton game on Saturday? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Tottenham-Everton you need to be all over, all from an expert whose model has made an incredible 1,800 percent return on the bookmakers' closing odds, and find out.

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