Our betting partners Sportingbet give a rundown on some of the markets available for Saturday's match against Everton.
Tottenham head home on the back of one of the more bizarre European nights and while their second half show against Inter may have boosted pride in the camp, it could have done the same for your Sportingbet balance if you'd followed our Handicap tip!
Spurs to earn a draw with a +1 goal head start looked a long shot at the break, but Gareth Bale's heroics meant the 11/5 bet paid out in spectacular fashion.
The Welsh wizard could be value again this weekend when Everton head to White Hart Lane, with the hosts restored as 19/20 favourites to take all three points.
Everton may have beaten local rivals Liverpool last weekend, but after a run of three straight wins at the Lane was ended last season, they're considered outsiders at 13/5 to win the lunchtime kick-off. The draw meanwhile is 9/4.
Bale to break the deadlock looks appealing at 9/1 given his midweek masterclass, though the 3/1 on an anytime strike might look the safer option.
If you see the wideman swiftly returning to Rafael Van Der Vaart's shadow, the 11/2 for the Dutchman might prove the better bet for First Goalscorer, with Tom Huddleston the pick of the long shots at 16/1.
Harry Redknapp's men have an unnerving habit of falling behind on home turf however, as both Wolves and Aston Villa edged ahead before Spurs restored the happy ending. And if you could see a similar story unfolding on Saturday, the Everton-Tottenham Double Result could be the bet of the weekend at 28/1.
On that theme, you might also top up your betting with the 11/8 for the visitors to strike first, 11/2 for the Team that Scores First Loses in our Match Specials or 2-1 Spurs in the Correct Score market, paying 15/2.
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