Our official betting partners, Sportingbet, give us the rundown on some of the markets on offer ahead of Saturday’s game with Bolton at the Lane…
Tottenham and Bolton may both arrive for this fixture on the back of midweek 1-0 victories, but the form table still favours Spurs – and explains their 1/2 odds for victory with Sportingbet.
While Harry’s men battled to a heroic victory at one of the toughest Premier League venues, Bolton needed a last gasp winner to beat Wolves on their own patch, and the Trotters are as big as 5/1 to record another victory at White Hart Lane.
Having won just twice away from the Reebok Stadium all season, they would could be happy with the 11/4 draw, though they did win the reverse fixture back in November.
That game produced six goals and you could cash in on a repeat show thanks to Sportingbet’s Goal Rush promotion, which continues this weekend. Simply bet on the First Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast markets and if there are five or more strikes in the game, losing bets will be refunded as a free bet of up to £25.
If you followed our Correct Score tip for 1-0 Tottenham, you’d have enjoyed a tasty 13/2 payday on Wednesday night, so it’s worth delving into that market once again. A 3-1 Spurs win is 11/1, 2-1 is 7/1 and even the 2-2 draw pays an appealing 16/1.
The Sportingbet Spurs Zone is now offering matchday tickets to our game at Sunderland next weekend and the chance to watch the first team train at Spurs Lodge, as well as a 1982 shirt signed by the legendary Ossie Ardiles, so visit www.spurszone.co.uk to enter.
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Odds correct at time of writing.