Indeed, Marathonbet price up Spurs at 51/100 to win at Villa Park with the hosts struggling at the foot of the table.
There is plenty of value in the correct score and goalscoring markets. A repeat of last season’s 2-1 win is 7/1 with 1-0 at 32/5 and 2-0 at 26/5.
In terms of goalscorers, the obvious starting point is Harry Kane, whose wonderful goal against Arsenal last week made it 20 for the season. The striker is 31/10 to score either first or last and 19/20 to score at anytime.
Kane scored in Spurs’ 3-1 win at the Lane when the teams met in November, where he was joined on the scoresheet by Mousa Dembele and Dele Alli. Back from injury, Dembele is 10/1 to score first and 41/10 to score at anytime while Alli, set to return after missing the trip to Dortmund through suspension, is 57/10 to score first and a tempting 52/25 to score at anytime.
How about a straight repeat? A scorecast of Dembele to score first and Spurs to win 3-1 again is 90/1!
Elsewhere, a Spurs win with over 2.5 goals in the match doubles up at 143/100 and the second half to have most goals – which paid out again on Thursday night, albeit against Spurs - is there again at a shade over evens, 27/25.
Finally, with Spurs enjoying the best defensive record in the Premier League (24 goals conceded in 29 matches) and Villa having scored the fewest goals (22), it might make sense to go for that defence to keep it clean – a Spurs win to nil is 34/25.
Villa, meanwhile, are priced 33/5 to win.
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