Tottenham recorded a massive away win against Everton over the weekend and their spirits should be sky-high right now. They will now return home for their next assignment where they will play host to Bournemouth on Wednesday. Bournemouth have generally been in really bad form lately but broke out of their slump with a win over Brighton over the weekend.
Tottenham (14-4-0) exploded in their last match when they obliterated Everton by a huge 6-2 on the road. Their opponents actually took the lead in that match but Tottenham were leading by 3-1 at the end of the first half and went on to score three more in the second half. That was their third consecutive win and they are now undefeated in their last six (5-0-1). Tottenham are still sitting at the 3rd spot of the league table with 42 points, now two behind Manchester City. They have not been very bad at home so far (5-2-0) where they have conceded just six goals so far.
Bournemouth (8-8-2) are coming into this match after a really solid performance at home against Brighton. Midfielder David Brooks scored once in each half as Bournemouth bounced back after three consecutive losses. Moreover, they had lost seven of their previous eight matches in all competitions. Bournemouth are now sitting at the 8th spot of the Premier League with 26 points, one behind Watford and three behind Manchester United. They have been quite competitive on the road so far (3-5-0) but have lost each of their last four in all competitions.