Tottenham are out to continue their rise up the Premier League table on Monday night when they travel to Sean Dyche’s Burnley.
We’ve got a tidy 20/1 Same Game Multi bet lined up for the game, and with Paddy’s acca insurance that means if one of our four legs doesn’t land, you can get your stake back (up to £/€10) as a free bet.
Here’s what we fancy for tonight’s game…
I’d like to give you a complex reason for this, but the only negative I can find is that Turf Moor is quite narrow, and both Kane and Son offer their best link-up when there’s genuine width for them to operate in. This aside, it should be an easy stroll for a Spurs team so many expect more of – aside from their in-form front two.
Then again, how many teams in the league have two genuinely world-class in their front three? Liverpool? There’s too much quality and there was enough rotation on Thursday for there not to be any excuses.
It’s a very simple equation, this.
Burnley’s strengths are from set-pieces, or Chris Wood capitalising on being able to turn on the edge of the D after a breakdown in communication between midfielders and centre-backs.
With Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg likely slotting in to sit while the other five players fill attacking areas, it’ll force central players out wide and by the time the cavalry arrives to link-up, Spurs’ wingers who aren’t shy of a workload, track back expertly.
That Europa League clean sheet from last week could prove infectious.
These boys get to work from the off. It’s one thing everyone can be full of praise for Mourinho for this year. To be able to get players up for games is often taken for granted, but how many teams are starting games like Spurs are? Now, how they’re finishing them is an entirely different matter, but my point remains.
I’d argue there isn’t a better player in the Premier League right now, form-wise. Son used to be a talented winger, but he’s transformed into a striker/midfield hybrid with the pace of a wideman. The way Burnley set up, this game should favour him more than Harry Kane – so we’re siding with the South Korean to fire.
* All odds correct at time of first publishing but may change. Prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets.
Burnley v Tottenham Same Game Multi tips
- A Same Game Multi on these four bets combined pays at approximately 20/1 with Paddy Power.
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More tips for Monday
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