Posted on 19 January 2016
Marathonbet go 31/20 for a Spurs win (match result) and 89/100 to qualify for the fourth round (if the game goes to extra time and/or penalties). Leicester are 189/100 to win (match result) and 20/21 to qualify.
The teams have been closely matched this term and it’s 62/25 on the draw (match result). If you fancy that outcome, it’s 57/10 for 1-1 and 21/2 for a repeat of the 2-2 scoreline from the original tie at the Lane on January 10.
Spurs remain the tightest defence in the Premier League and a Spurs win to nil is 17/5 - 1-0 is 44/5.
If you follow this season’s trends between the teams, then it might be worth a dip at most goals in the second half, priced 28/25 – this season’s Premier League encounters between the teams both went that way.
The teams drew 1-1 at the KP in the Premier League back in August. Dele Alli opened his Spurs account that day and is 21/2 to do the same.
Harry Kane took the game to a replay with a dramatic late penalty at the Lane – and scored late again from the spot in the 4-1 win against Sunderland. The striker is 57/10 to score last this time around.
Check out the full replay odds at Marathonbet...
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