The 39/50 on offer for a home win suggests such an outcome is a possibility, although Steve Bruce and his Hull City side arrive at the Lane with it all to play for.
The Tigers are currently two points behind Newcastle in 17th and need a win here to help their survival chances.
Spurs haven’t lost any of their last seven meetings with Hull in all competitions and, worryingly for the visitors, the Tigers have never won a Premier League point in the month of May in their history – that’s certainly a record they’ll wish to end on Saturday.
Only three teams have scored fewer goals than Steve Bruce’s side this season and, as such, a Spurs win to nil deserves consideration at 58/25.
However, we’d also expect goals and the 24/25 for Spurs to score first in a home win is a tempting option, alongside the 32/25 for over three goals.
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