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Sportingbet Preview: Sunderland

Posted on 9 November 2010  - 12:00

Our official betting partners Sportingbet give a rundown on some of the markets available for Tuesday's Premier League clash with Sunderland...

Sportingbet Preview: Sunderland

Our official betting partners Sportingbet give a rundown on some of the markets available for Tuesday's Premier League clash with Sunderland...

Sunderland arrive at White Hart Lane on Tuesday night without a win to their name away from home this season, so it's little wonder Tottenham are 8/15 with official betting partner Sportingbet.

The Black Cats have been anything but lucky on their travels and, without the injured Darren Bent against his former club, are long shots to get off the mark at 9/2.

Steve Bruce's side have managed a pick up a few points beyond the Stadium of Light however, including a scoreless affair at Blackburn and 2-2 draw at Liverpool, so might fancy their chances of the 11/4 draw.

The Match Prices could be the way to go thanks to our Late Goal Heartache promotion, which promises a stake refund if you suffer a last minute sucker punch.

If your bet on the Win-Draw-Win market is winning after 85 minutes and goes on to lose, you'll get your money back as a free bet! That applies to all the midweek Premier League fixtures, so be sure to back your hunch with a little insurance at Sportingbet.com.

Other than a rare reverse in the 2008/09 season, this fixture's recent history makes attractive reading for Spurs fans, with that the only blip amidst nine wins that stretch back to 1996.

That would point to a comfortable midweek outing for Harry Redknapp's side, and if you concur, the 7/5 for Tottenham -1 looks an appealing price in the Handicap market.

Spurs are also 7/5 for a Win to Nil in the Match Specials and if you fancy them to score freely, you can back the home team to notch Over 2.5 Goals at 21/10.

Niko Kranjcar could get another start in the absence of Aaron Lennon and the Croatian is 13/2 to open the scoring, while Roman Pavlyuchenko is 4/1 and Luka Modric 8/1 in the same market.

Looking for big odds? How about fit-again Tom Huddlestone to grab the first goal in a 2-1 Spurs victory? That punt returns £1010 on a £10 stake, and if you register a new account with Sportingbet today, you could claim a£50 Free Bet for even more chances to win!

Odds correct at time of writing.