Posted on 1 February 2016
The team’s colours haven’t been lowered since the opening day at Old Trafford in August and it’s 43/50 for that run continue into February. It’s also 33/5 for a 1-0 win, 7/1 for a 2-0 win and 16/1 for a repeat of the Boxing Day scoreline of 3-0 to Spurs. A Spurs win to nil is 85/40.
Tom Carroll scored his first Premier League goal that day and the midfielder is priced 37/2 to score first and 8/1 to score at any time at Carrow Road.
Harry Kane scored twice in that 3-0 win and with 13 goals in his last 17 league games, it’s no surprise to see the striker as short as 15/4 to score first and 6/5 to score at any time. If you fancy a double, it’s a juicy 60/1 for Kane to score first in a 3-0 Spurs win.
Nacer Chadli made it four goals in his last three games with a double at Colchester and he is 36/5 to score first and 14/5 to score at any time.
Chadli’s goal at Palace came off the bench and three Spurs players have scored as a substitute in Spurs’ last six Premier League outings - it’s 16/5 for a substitute to score at Carrow Road.
Any punters fancying a home win will find Norwich priced at 73/20 to do so.
Check out the full list of odds for Carrow Road at Marathonbet…
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