Goodison Park, home of Everton FC

Tottenham Hotspur will travel to Walton Hall Park tomorrow to face Everton in the penultimate weekend of the WSL season.

Both sides stole points off their opponents with late equalisers last weekend, with Everton youngster Issy Hobson and Spurs skipper Bethany England stepping up for their clubs.

In front of a home crowd for the last time in this campaign, the Toffees will be eager to build on their brilliant showing against Arsenal which saw Hobson become the WSL’s youngest ever goal-scorer at 16 years old.

The draw marked the Blues’ fist ever point earned against Arsenal and having won just one home game out of 10 this season, Brian Sorensen’s side will be keen to give their fans more to celebrate about.

Previewing the match against Spurs, Sorensen confirmed that Everton are still fairly injury stricken with several players continuing to be side-lined.

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Some positive news however as Katrine Veje and Kathrine Kühl are both back in contention for Saturday’s game.

Meanwhile Tottenham boss Robert Viliham shared that Martha Thomas, Drew Spence and Celin Bizet are all available for selection in Merseyside, but defender Amy James-Turner has been ruled out and will not be making the trip.

Spurs will be hoping to continue their six-game unbeaten run in all competitions ahead of their upcoming final at Wembley against Manchester United in the WFA Cup.

In their last meeting back in November, the points were shared between the Spurs and Everton as Grace Clinton and Aurora Galli were both on target for their teams.

Now, there lies eight points separating them, but both will undoubtedly be up for the upcoming outing.

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By Emilie Mwanza

Founder of Beyond The 90. Trainee multimedia journalist based in Preston.