The tie of the round in the Capital One Cup undoubtedly takes place at White Hart Lane, where Tottenham take on North London rivals Arsenal.
Despite their home advantage and a run of three straight victories in all competitions, Spurs will kick-off as Betfred’s 21/10 underdogs while the Gunners are 7/5 at BetVictor to bounce back from consecutive European and domestic defeats.
Ladbrokes quote a stalemate at 13/5 and that’s arguably the best match bet but the clash is tough to call, with much depending on how strong a line-up the two managers decide to field so shrewd punters will be looking elsewhere for value.
The best place could be the anytime goalscorer market, where Tottenham new boy Son Heung-Min catches the eye. The Korean attacker has struck three times in his last two outings for Spurs and likely to feature in this match, he’s an enticing 3/1 (Paddy Power) to notch at some stage.
Son Heung-Min to score at any time – 3/1 (Paddy Power)