Any team fears another team which scored six goals in the previous round, right? We think it’s safe to say that nobody expected Bournemouth to be the team that scores six times in their last Premier League outing – an impressive feat even against Hull. Tottenham should be careful when facing in-form opponents , because they aren’t doing so well as to afford to treat this game lightly.
Bournemouth vs Tottenham – 22/10/2016
Even though they just drew West Brom last weekend, Tottenham are one of the best teams in the Premier League so far. They are still undefeated and look like more than top-4 contenders at the moment.
If they manage to play against the other big teams like they played against City, the title isn’t just a dream anymore – but for this, they need their entire squad to be in top form.
Son has carried the team in numerous games so far, but he can’t wait for Alli, Kane or Eriksen indefinitely. The latter have to start performing sooner rather than later.
On the other hand, Bournemouth’s last outing can easily be regarded as an exception. Winning points against Tottenham is not impossible, especially at home, but they have to produce an equally good performance.
Their team is one of the better low-midtable squads from the Premier League, but going against an opponent such as the Spurs is hard, especially since they play very cynical away from home.
Bournemouth vs Tottenham Betting Tips
That’s our main betting idea for the night: Tottenham to avoid defeat (X2) and Tottenham to score. The higher-odd bet is that Tottenham will win the game, and we can easily see a 0-1 or 0-2 scoreline.
Their team defends great away from home and should have no trouble containing the enthusiastic but limited Bournemouth attack.
Favorite scorer of the day? Vincent Janssen – who also must prove his transfer wasn’t a mistake and he can actually compete with Kane for a first team spot.
AH Full Time – Tottenham (-0.5, -1): 2.18 or 59/50 with ComeOn
Goalscorer – Vincent Janssen Anytime: 2.50 or 6/4 with ComeOn
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