Pulis’ side will still appreciate the magnitude of the task at hand – especially when you consider that Tottenham Hotspur haven’t failed to score since their 0-0 draw with Manchester United back in December.
A James Morrison strike settled the early-season encounter between these two sides in a game that many felt Spurs should have won.
It remains to be seen if there will be a similar outcome here though and, with Christian Eriksen’s ability to find the net in the final few minutes of games, the under 1.5 goals market after 75 minutes offers potential at 13/10.
At 13/8 to return to White Hart Lane with the three points, further value can be sourced by backing a Spurs win by two goals at 33/5 or an away win to nil at 10/3.
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