Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti do battle in the Premier League on Sunday as Tottenham Hotspur and Everton clash at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

Two of the most influential managers of the modern era will be in the dugout when Spurs welcome the Toffees, with Jose and Carlo sharing 5 Champions League and 4 Premier League titles between them.

However, despite their previous prowess, both bosses will know that last season’s respective finishes were an underachievement.

Tottenham will be looking to breach the top 4 again, whilst Everton will look to cement themselves a Europa League berth.

Spurs new boy Matt Doherty is expected to make his debut for the club against Everton after signing from Wolverhampton Wanderers, and the Irishman might not be the last fresh face through the door at Tottenham with the club continually linked with Lazio striker Arkadiusz Milik.

Everton can brag big signings of their own, with former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich star James Rodriguez a new recruit at Goodison Park.

Add to that fellow midfielders Allan from Napoli and Abdoulaye Doucoure from Watford, the Toffees will feel strongly placed to get a result at Spurs.

Tottenham v Everton is a 1630 Premier League kick off on Sunday.

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