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Sportingbet preview: Bolton

Posted on 4 November 2010  - 12:00

Our betting partners Sportingbet give fans a rundown of odds available for Saturday's trip to Bolton.

Sportingbet preview: Bolton

Tottenham face a now familiar challenge of producing their best form on the back of a Champions League high, so let's hope Harry Redknapp's men can forget Tuesday night's incredible events sooner than Sportingbet punters.

After all, if you snapped up the 31/20 on Spurs to beat Inter before the price shortened pre-match, bagged Over 3.5 Goals at 11/5 or tipped up Peter Crouch to get on the scoresheet at 11/5, it was a night that will live long in the memory!

If Spurs can carry their momentum into Saturday's lunchtime kick-off at Bolton, then surely the 13/10 on another three-point haul looks an absolute steal with Sportingbet.

History is against the visitors for the second week running however, with no league win at Bolton since 1996!

A surprising stat perhaps, but it makes the 11/5 draw look a respectable punt despite Tottenham's pedigree, while the Trotters are 9/5 to make it a miserable return to Premier League action.

Gareth Bale is on the tip of every football fan's tongue across the continent after Tuesday's Inter blitz and if you fancy the speedy Welshman to find the net on Saturday, there's added incentive in the Anytime Goalscorer market.

In fact, whoever you back to find the net at any time could win you more this weekend, as Sportingbet throw in a 25% Top-Up on any winning bet in this market. Bale is 3/1 while Roman Pavlyuchenko is 8/5 and Luka Modric 19/5.

These sides met four times last year courtesy of an FA Cup replay, with both trips to the Reebok Stadium ending all square, and a repeat of the 1-1 cup tie would pay 5/1, while a 3-1 success offers a 20/1.

There's still opportunity aplenty to add a £50 Free Bet to your account, with new customers still able to claim the bonus to match your first deposit, while Sportingbet regulars need only tune in to the Sportingbet Podcast.

Steve Bull's weekly question even has a Tottenham theme this week, making it easy money, so tune in this Friday for all the Premier League chat, World Series of Poker preview as well as the inside track on the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Odds correct at time of writing...