It’s been a happy hunting ground for Spurs in the Premier League era with three wins and a draw at the Liberty going back to New Year’s Eve, 2011 and if you fancy Mauricio Pochettino’s men to do it again, Spurs are priced 89/50 to take three points this time around.
Spurs have quite a record against the Swans with seven-straight wins in the Premier League. Indeed, you have to go back to the League Cup in 1991 for Swansea’s last win in this fixture and back to 1982 for their last win.
Spurs maintained their recent winning record with a last-gasp 2-1 victory in March when Christian Eriksen struck in the 90th minute. The Danish playmaker is 17/2 to score first on Sunday and 57/20 to score anytime.
Fans eyeing up a repeat 2-1 scoreline to Spurs will find odds of 89/10 while it’s 85/40 for Spurs to score first and win.
Erik Lamela continued his fine form in front of goal with his third goal in four matches in Thursday night’s 1-1 draw at Monaco and the Argentine forward is 21/2 to score first at the Liberty and 7/2 to score anytime.
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