Spurs face a potentially tough trip to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea and are a top priced 2.38 with William Hill to get back to winning ways.
After being in superb form they have lost there last three matches in all competitions, but if the stats are anything to go by then they have every chance of coming away with all three points.
The Lilywhites have won three and drawn one of their last four competitive meetings with Swansea, and the last time that they were beaten by The Swans was back in September 1991 in the League Cup.
Swansea also come into the game on the back of a dismal performance against Arsenal, where they were beaten 2-0 and failed to get a single shot on target.
Those stats suggest that Spurs could well be a bit of value at the odds on offer, especially as only Manchester United (32) have won more points away from home than them this season.
In the goalscorer markets it’s very hard to get away from the obvious claims of Gareth Bale.
No player has scored more goals from outside the area in the top five European Leagues this season than the Welshman, and he can be backed at a best of 5.5 with Coral to net the opener and 2.25 with sportingbet to net anytime.
For those wanting an outsider, Jan Vertonghen looks a bit of each-way value in the first goalscorer market at 23 with Ladbrokes.
I am going to take Spurs to run out 2-0 victors, and that outcome is a 13 chance with Coral.