Three points off Chelsea and Swansea at the top of the table, Spurs will fancy their chances against a Sunderland outfit with only three Premier League goals to their name so far this term.
Winning both games against Gus Poyet’s side last season, 2-1 at the Stadium of Light and 5-1 at White Hart Lane, Spurs haven’t lost to Sunderland since April, 2010.
In addition to winning six of the last eight meetings between the two, Tottenham are 28/25 to win and 49/10 to win by two goals.
With 19 goals in eight meetings, this is a fixture that averages over two goals a game and both teams to score with over 2.5 goals is available at 23/20.
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