Tottenham v Man United tips – can Spurs complete EPL double?

When Manchester United met Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on 4 October, it was Spurs who ran riot after falling behind to a Bruno Fernandes penalty, with the London side racking up six goals and it was Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane who did the majority of the demolition.

At that stage, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was firmly behind the eight-ball although it’s the Red Devils who are now sitting pretty and they’re slight betting favourites to beat a Tottenham side who have dropped out of the top four and don’t necessarily look like qualifying for the Champions League.

Can Manchester United Gain Revenge Over Spurs?

If you compare the latest Premier League football betting odds, you can get 7/5 about Manchester United winning at White Hart Lane, with the visitors out for revenge after that 6-1 drubbing although this match does take place just a few days after the Red Devils clash with Granada in the Europa League.

However, let’s not get away from the fact that a draw would suit United as they look to make sure of staying clear of the chasing pack, with the football odds about this clash being all square being priced at 5/2 with the leading football bookies.

United have played fifteen away EPL encounters this season and there have been nine wins and six draws on the road, with Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani back in the fold and there are plenty of options for the manager ahead of this clash.

Tottenham Struggling to Make Premier League Top Four

Tottenham sit three points behind fourth-placed West Ham United and the fact that Chelsea and Liverpool are also competing for the final remaining Champions League spot means that Jose Mourinho is unlikely to secure a top four finish in the top flight for the north London club.

Mourinho has regularly been trading as the EPL Sack Race betting favourite this season although if you compare the latest football betting odds, then you can get 2/1 with some betting sites that Tottenham land an important win with just eight games of the campaign remaining.

Spurs came from behind to take the lead at Newcastle last weekend before conceding a late equaliser, although Harry Kane continues to fire home goals at a rate of knots and the forward has now overtaken Mohamed Salah at the top of the charts, with one bookie offering 9/2 about the England captain on the First Goalscorer betting market.

What Are the Best Bets for Spurs v Man United?

It’s actually difficult to be too confident about either team winning on the Full-Time Result betting market considering that Spurs have only won 50% of their matches at White Hart Lane, while Manchester United have not been winning away games as regularly as earlier in the season.

Indeed, we’re anticipating that this clash could be fairly cagey and wouldn’t hesitate to place a football bet on the draw considering that this is the biggest football odds out of the three options on the 1x2 market.

As for the other football betting markets that catch the eye, we are prepared to wager that there won’t be as many goals scored in this match as there was in the return leg and we are even prepared to consider betting on Under 2.5 Goals.

One bookie offers 19/20 about Under 2.5 Goals which means you would profit if there are two goals or less scored during the ninety minutes, while we would be prepared to look at backing a really low-scoring encounter.

Rather than back the 0-0 scoreline, there is the option to punt on No Goalscorer and bet365 are prepared to chalk up 10/1 about this happening which means that own goals don’t count with this option.


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