Tottenham vs Burnley – Premier League Match Preview, Predictions & Betting Tips
Although most of the games the Premier League has to offer over the weekend and balanced and interesting, we did find one with is the odd one in the bunch.
Tottenham – Burnley is a very one-sided game, where the home team should really have no problems in getting the three points. Is the game really that easy, or can Burnley actually deliver an upset?
Tottenham vs Burnley – 18/12/2016
Betting Odds At The Best Online Bookmakers
FT Result: Tottenham 1.22 or 2/9 Draw 7.00 or 6/1 Burnley 15.00 or 14/1
Total Goals Over/Under 2.5: Over 1.50 or 1/2 Under 2.50 or 6/4
Both Teams To Score: Yes 2.05 or 21/20 No 1.70 or 7/10
The Spurs have been through lots of difficult games recently – clashes against Chelsea and United (both lost) and a decisive game in Europe which led them to the Europa League.
When they’ve encountered smaller clubs, like Swansea or Hull, they won in a very convincing manner and haven’t conceded any goals.
White Hart Lane is a fortress this season, where Tottenham have won 6 games and only drew twice, remaining one of the three teams in the league which hasn’t lost at home. Impressive? Yes.
On the other hand, Burnley doesn’t seem like a very weak team, sitting 13th on 17 points with a 15-29 goal difference. The newly promoted team won 16 of those points at their home ground, with a single point won away from home – all this while scoring a single goal!
Their only draw came at Old Trafford, in a game which we remember because United shot 37 times towards their goal without managing to score. They do look like a team which is sure to lose the game against a strong, in-form home team.
Tottenham vs Burnley Betting Tips
The only question we see is how many goals will Tottenham score. Since the odds for a solo home victory are small, we do see a handicap victory setting in place. Either Tottenham -1,5 or Tottenham to score at least 2 goals are good bets, while also betting that the away team doesn’t score can be a good idea. Harry Kane and Eriksen are our favorite goalscorers of the day, with the Danish midfielder in especially good form.
Tottenham -1.5, -2 @ 1.75 or 20/27 with 138
Tottenham Win & Over 1.5 Goals 1st Half @ 2.15 or 23/20 with 138
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