Spurs take on QPR at Loftus Road and are a 1.85 shots with William Hill to inflict more misery on former manager Harry Redknapp by securing all three points.
They come into the game on top form having won seven and lost just one of their last nine Premier League matches, and despite the fact that QPR caused a major upset in their last game by winning 1-0 at Chelsea everything suggest they are worthy odds-on shots for this.
Andres Villas-Boas’ men have won six of their 10 away games this season, which suggest they are even more dangerous on the road then when playing at home.
The side is packed full of pace that is likely to cause the hosts’ backline all sorts of problems and they also boast a very good record against sides in the lower half of the table.
They have already won against Villa, Fulham, Reading, Southampton and Sunderland and QPR should be another victim to add to that list.
Emmanuel Adebayor, who has delayed his departure to the Africa Cup of Nations, looks the value in the first goalscorer market at a top priced 7 with Coral and can also be backed at a tasty looking 2.7 with Paddy Power to get on the scoresheet during the 90 minutes.
Over 2.5 goals also makes plenty of appeal at 1.73 with Betfred as I expect Spurs to register a comfortable success.
The other bet well worth consideration is for the second half to produce the most goals at 2.1 with Betfred as Spurs have scored the highest percentage of second half goals in the Premier League this season (72%) – as well as conceding the highest proportion (74%).