When and Where: The Barclays Premier League match from Goodison Park kicks off at 12.30 p.m. ET. The game is being shown on Fox Soccer Channel, while it will also be available on FoxSoccer2Go. In the U.K., the game will be shown on ESPN and online via SkyGo.
Preview: With their hopes of becoming a serious contender for the Premier League dashed by recent defeats to Arsenal and Manchester United, Tottenham will now be looking over their shoulders to ensure they don't get surpassed in the battle for Champions League qualification.
Everton are on a run of six games without defeat in the league, with David Moyes' side looking like they will make their customary fine finish to the season. Moyes will celebrate 10 years in charge of Everton in the coming week and he continues to maximize performance from limited resources.
In recent weeks alone, Everton have recorded home victories over big guns Manchester City and Chelsea. While they currently sit in 13th place, a win could elevate the Toffees as high as eighth.
Team News: Tottenham may have progressed in the FA Cup pass Stevenage in midweek, but their victory came at a cost. Defender Michael Dawson looks set to miss the rest of the season after rupturing ankle ligaments. Aaron Lennon also sustained a hamstring injury in the game and is a doubt for Saturday's clash.
There is better news for Spurs in the return from suspension of Scott Parker, while Gareth Bale should also return. Louis Saha should also be fit, though Redknapp will have to decide whether to break a pact with Moyes--made when the striker signed from Everton in January--not to play the Frenchman in Saturday's contest.
Steven Pienaar, who made a switch in the other direction in January, is formally ineligible for the match, as the South African is only on loan. Phil Jagielka could be ready to return and if so will compete for a starting spot with Sylvain Distin and Johnny Heitinga. Nikica Jelavic could also make his first start since his January move from Rangers, after coming on as a substitute against QPR last weekend.
Prediction: Everton are a notoriously difficult proposition for the Premier League's big boys, particularly late in the season, and Tottenham may well think that a point will not be all that much of a disappointment. Spurs' defense has also been a little leaky of late, something that won't be aided by Dawson's absence.
Everton 1-1 Tottenham