Tottenham’s attempts to put their Premier League’s campaign back on track are kind of hitting a proverbial brick wall. In the last two weeks they lost in Europa League, in Premier League and recently they lost the League Cup final against Chelsea. Tomorrow, they host Swansea, who are trailing four points behind them in the table.
After Tottenham won against Arsenal nothing could have predicted the bad month that followed. However, Harry Kane is still preserving his good form, and Tottenham must implement some changes if they are to finally start winning. When at home, they are undefeated in three consecutive matches<, and they have won their last matches against Swansea in all competitions. Spurs have managed to score at least two goals in the last two matches, including the 2-3 defeat against Liverpool. Kyle Walker picked up a knock in the match against Chelsea and is under doubt for Swansea, but other than that Pochettino has the entire squad at his disposal.
Swansea will come to White Hart lane without any pressure, but the one to win for the third time in a row. Sigurdsson and Barrow are under doubt for the Swans, while Tom Caroll cannot play against his club. Swansea won against Burnley and are firmly planted in the first half of the table, but ever since winning against Manchester United, they think they can record another resounding win. Take into account the fact that Swansea lost just one of their last four away games in Premier League and the 4.80 odds for a Swansea win will start making sense.
A Tottenham win has odds as low as 1.75, and a draw comes with 3.80 odds. Both teams to score with 1.80 odds, Tottenham to keep a clean sheet in the first half have 1.45 odds, Swansea 2.00 and Harry Kane has 2.10 odds to score. Soldado and Adebayor both have 2.60 odds to score while Gomis has 3.80 odds as an anytime goalscorer. We are betting 8 units on an odd number of goals in the first half with 2.05 odds from Ladbrokes.