By Ahmed Bilal
Spurs travel to the Etihad to take on Manchester City on Sunday and look good value at 6 with bet365
to come away with all three points.
City may be unbeaten in 34 games at home, but they have not been at their best this season and it is surely only a matter of time before that run comes to an end.
They are now all but out of the Champions League, and their seems to be plenty of disharmony among the players – especially the likes of Kolo Toure and Mario Balotelli.
OK, they have won the last three games against Spurs in the league, but prior to that they had won just one of the previous 15 (losing 11).
Andre Villas-Boas’ men are also in terrific form on the road, and if they win this it’ll be the first time in more than 20 years that they’ve won four consecutive away games.
They certainly have the firepower to put City to the sword, and it’s Gareth Bale who once again makes for plenty of appeal in the goalscorer markets.
The Welshman has scored first in each of his side’s last two away wins, and is a very tasty looking 13 with bet365
to do so again.
He can also be backed at 5 with Blue Square
to score anytime, and that looks huge given that he is as short as 3.5 elsewhere.
Both sides to score looks a gimme at 1.67 with bet365
and Paddy Power
, and I fancy Spurs to triumph 2-1.
That outcome is chalked up at a standout 19 with Ladbrokes