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…
20 February 2018
We are delighted to be able to offer One Hotspur Season Ticket Holders and Members subsidised coach travel* to our Premier League fixture at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday 11 March (4pm).
12 February 2018
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