Everton lost their third straight league match, a first under the reign of Roberto Martinez, as a lack of confidence and subsequent errors cost them in a 2-3 loss to Newcastle United.
Goodison Park is not a fun place to be right now following Everton's frustrating 0-1 loss to Stoke City.
Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Everton left back Leighton Baines is "in contention" for Sunday's match with Spurs, along with several other players carrying doubts.
Leighton Baines was removed from England's squad with an unspecified injury according to Everton's official website, and will miss the Euro qualifiers against Slovenia and Scotland.
Leighton Baines scored his second goal of the season, increasing his stat line to two goals and six assists through 11 games.
In light of Roberto Martinez's shakeup to his front six in Everton's win over Burnley, the safest area to invest for fantasy purposes is in defense.
Leighton Baines assisted two of Everton's three goals and the Toffees got back to their winning ways with a tidy 3-0 win over Aston Villa.
Everton have announced via their official Twitter that Roberto Martinez has signed a new five year contract to stay with the Toffees at least until the end of the 2018/2019 season.
With Ashley Cole's exclusion and subsequent international retirement, Leighton Baines will be England's starter at left back for the World Cup where he'll be joined by teammate Ross Barkley.
Leighton Baines was subbed off in the final moments of Everton's loss to Southampton with a knock that will be assessed by the Toffees' medical staff.
Leighton Baines delivered a top performance against Manchester United, scoring the game-winning goal and keeping a clean sheet as the Toffees keep pace with Arsenal for the final Champions League spot in a 2-0 win over Manchester United.
Leighton Baines agrees to a new long-term deal with Everton FC.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez commented on the importance of keeping Leighton Baines at Goodison Park long term after the team's 1-1 draw with West Brom on Monday.
After missing out on the FA Cup match with Queens Park Rangers over the weekend, Leighton Baines is expected to return to training tomorrow and be available for the upcoming league match with Stoke City.