Liverpool haven’t enjoyed the best of fortunes at Tottenham in recent times, losing on their last six league and cup visits to White Hart Lane and bookies are tentatively tipping more of the same for the Reds in Sunday’s mouth watering televised showdown between the pair.
Brendan Rodgers’s side head to the capital as Betvictor’s 9/4 underdogs while Spurs are 8/5 with William Hill to claim a maximum haul but neutrals are sure to take a keen interest in Stan James’ 12/5, marked against it finishing all square.
Similarly, Betway can expect steady trade for the 13/4 they offer about a score draw in North London, where it’s 5/1 (Bet365) to be level at the end of each half and 14/1 courtesy of William Hill to result in a thrilling 2-2 stalemate.
As slight underdogs, Liverpool benefit from a goal start at odds of 8/15 in Skybet’s handicap betting while Winner.com make Rodgers’s charges even money in their ‘Draw No Bet’ market, however, worse teams than the Reds – namely Newcastle and West Ham – have returned from Tottenham three points better off, so an away success simply can’t be ruled out.Betvictor offer 4/1 about a Liverpool success by a one-goal margin, a wager that handily covers the not unlikely scorelines of 0-1 (9/1, Ladbrokes) and 1-2 (10/1, Stan James) and it’s 6/1 with bet365 for the Reds to come out on top despite going in on level terms at the break, whilst Spurs to win after a drawn first period is available at 5/1 with Winner.com
Paddy Power are refunding all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score & Scorecast singles on the match if the inform marksman scores first.
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