Tottenham receive triple injury boost ahead of Champions League final


Eric Dier slammed the hosts in front after three minutes, but Everton responded with two quick-fire goals through Theo Walcott (69) and Cenk Tosun (72) in the second period.

The Toffees go into their final game of the season, away to Tottenham, in eighth place, the same as their final position a year ago but with more points on the board, more goals scored and fewer conceded.

"We have to do a couple of things in preparation for the Champions League, media stuff", Klopp told the club's website.

Sunday's result will disappoint some given Spurs were unable to end the domestic season on a high, but they still have plenty to look forward to with the Champions League final against Liverpool to come, and they are now assured of a spot in the competition again next term.

The Tottenham Hotspur team celebrate after the final whistle of the Champions League semi-final, second leg against Ajax (pic: Adam Davy/PA Images).

Tottenham will be looking to try and snatch third place on the final day of the season when they take on Everton at the New Tottenham Stadium this afternoon. Moura, however, can not think about resting yet as his side are set to play two of their most important games of the season.

Pochettino added: 'We broke down all the doors when circumstances were against us with the new stadium.

Leicester have very little to play for also, but a win will guarantee them a top half finish while a defeat could see the finish outside of the top 10, which I think is a big deal for clubs in and around those mid-table positions.

Four days after reaching the Champions League Final, after the night of our lives against Ajax, we face the in-form Toffees as we bid for third place in the Premier League. We were too slow and we made a mistake at the set piece.

Compared to Liverpool and Manchester City, Mauricio Pochettino's side simply did not have the squad depth to maintain their assault on the Premier League title. If we can win we will write history and change the perception of this unbelievable club'.

"Of course the club and the fans and we all deserve to be focused on the way and how we can win the final". That, combined with the hope that there will be injection of more genuine quality over the summer, should fill Evertonians with plenty of optimism going into the 2019-20 season. We have three weeks to prepare for the final, which will be one of the most important games in our history.