Posted on 4 February 2016
How about a goal in between the 77-90th minutes? Spurs have managed that in six of their nine matches in all competitions including the last three against Palace, Colchester and Norwich and are 121/100 to do the same against Watford.
Spurs are also 63/50 to score in both halves and 13/5 to win both halves.
Staying with goals, Harry Kane – on target in his last three Premier League matches – is 16/5 to score first. Dele Alli has five in his last 10 and is 59/10 to open the scoring this time around.
If you fancy a repeat of the events at Vicarage Road back in December, Erik Lamela is 79/10 to score first and Heung-Min Son 51/10 to score last. Marathonbet offer 55/1 for a double of Lamela to score first in a 2-1 win.
In terms of correct scorelines, 2-1 again is 7/1 while if you fancy Spurs to keep a ninth clean sheet in the Premier League, a 1-0 win is 61/10, 2-0 is 26/5 and 3-0 is 9/1.
Watford, meanwhile, are 69/10 to win and it’s 71/20 for the draw.
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