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Sportingbet preview: Fulham

Our betting partners Sportingbet give us a guide to the markets available against Fulham.

2010 was a glorious year for Spurs as they finished in fourth place in the Premier League and reached the Champions League for the first time.

The autumn saw Harry Redknapp’s team finish above the European champions Inter Milan to win the group and they go into the New Year with a Last 16 tie against AC Milan and with odds of 22/1 to scoop the prize in May.

But of course Spurs still have title ambitions and move into 2011 just five points off the pace and are 22/1 fifth favourites to win the Premier League.

Their next match takes place on New Years Day with a home tie against Fulham and you can back Spurs to win at 7/20 with betting partners Sportingbet.

If that price is too short why not back Spurs at evens giving Fulham a goal start or even 13/5 that they win with two goals to spare on Saturday? If you fancy goals in the match how about odds of 19/10 that there are over 3.5 goals in the match?

Correct Score betting is what it’s all about if you fancy a nice payday and a 2-0 win for Spurs is 5/1. A bigger win offers bigger prices and its 8/1 that Fulham are beaten 3-0 and 11/1 that Spurs claim the three points with a 3-1 win.

2010 was a great year for Rafael van der Vaart and he’s 100/30 joint-favourite with Roman Pavlyuchenko to score the first goal on Saturday.

Peter Crouch is next at 7/2 with another 2010 hero, Gareth Bale, 13/2 to hit the back of the net first. If you fancy Bale to score but not sure he’ll score first he’s 2/1 to score at any time in the match.

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