Tottenham To Get Back To Winning Ways Against Struggling Brighton
There is a feast of Premier League football coming up this week and Tuesday night's live game on Sky Sports sees relegation-threatened Brighton take on top-four hopefuls Tottenham at the Amex Stadium...
- Brighton have gone 12 league games without keeping a clean sheet
- Tottenham have won their last four away matches in a row
- Harry Kane has scored 14 of his 25 goals away from home this season
|Tuesday - 7.45pm||Odds||Won/Lost||Bet|
|Brighton v Tottenham|
|Tips||Tottenham win with -1 handicap Best Bet||@ 27 / 20|
Tottenham appear to have wrapped up a top-four finish despite seeing their 14-match unbeaten run ended by a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City on Saturday night and they are now seven points clear of Chelsea at this stage.
Spurs are 1/2 for the win on Tuesday (Betfred) and it is difficult to oppose them as they have been excellent away from home this season, winning 10 of their last 17 matches on the road and they have covered a -1 goal handicap (27/20 with Coral) in seven of those fixtures.
Brighton have only lost four times on home soil this season but they are in the midst of a poor run of form, going four without success following their 3-2 loss at Crystal Palace on Saturday, and they have continually struggled against the better teams in the division.
The Seagulls have lost all six of their meetings with top-five opposition this term, failing to score in five in the process, and the Tottenham win to nil is a stand-out 8/5 with Coral.
*Odds correct as of 21st Sep, 09:18. Odds are subject to change.
Kane Is Able
Brighton have lost 2-0 to Manchester City, 5-1 to Liverpool and 4-0 to Chelsea at home so far and they have a desperately tough run-in of fixtures to come. Chris Hughton's men may have a seemingly safe 35 points to their names but their remaining five fixtures of the campaign involve clashes against Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Burnley. Ominous.
The hosts desperately need points but they are without the suspended Davy Propper this week and they were beaten 2-0 by Tottenham at Wembley in December.
Harry Kane is 5/2 favourite to score first (Paddy Power) after notching 14 of his 25 league goals on the road so far, although it will be worth waiting to see Mauricio Pochettino's starting line-up as he may be tempted to shuffle his cards with Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United in mind.
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