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Tottenham vs Chelsea: Best bets for all Sunday’s Premier League games


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Our betting expert with tips for London derby including 12/1 Blues punt, Manchester United at West Ham and Leicester’s trip to Brighton PLUS a 4/1 bet against Real Madrid in La Liga

Tottenham will be looking to Harry Kane to give them lift-off in the London Derby against Chelsea

Pick Harry Kane to bear fruit in today’s London derby against Chelsea.

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Tottenham boss Nuno must be wishing he’d never heard of the Europa Conference, named after the celebrated pear.

It went appropriately shaped for Spurs in Rennes on Thursday night – a mediocre result after making changes, and still taking home injuries to big players.

Not an ideal time to be welcoming Chelsea (4.30pm), though the Blues might be a little over-hyped at 4/6.

Spurs have managed three goals in their opening four Prem games, and with their ‘doubtful’ list now including firestarters like Son, Moura and Bergwijn, the creative flame is hardly burning bright.

But Tanguy Ndombele looked very lively against Rennes – his first Nuno start – and Kane ‘anytime scorer’ at a juicy 12/5 (Paddy) is too big to resist, given his record.

Opposite number Romelu Lukaku is odds-on to score with some firms, which looks a bit greedy, given the likely tight shape.

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For a Blues ‘anytime’ I prefer Mateo Kovacic at 12/1 (Fred) if he starts – the stats hint that he’s a bigger threat in Thomas Tuchel’s schemes now, and high on confidence.

Manchester United visit the Dildo Brothers in East London today off the back of a Wankdorf surprise in midweek. What is happening to our beautiful game?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure after the Champions League defeat by Young Boys, but is odds-on to bounce back against West Ham (2pm).

The last two meetings had ‘no goalscorer’ results – 14/1 (Bet365) today – and the hosts are minus banned goal-getter Michail Antonio.

Take NO ‘both teams score’ at 5/4 (BetVic).

Something’s going awry for Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester, who are struggling to create chances. Welcome to Brighton ’s world, Bren.

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Rodgers heads to the Seagulls (2pm) with some grim attacking data in his special folder – after four PL games only Watford had a lower ‘expected goals’ number.

Given Brighton’s profile and lack of fresh options, NO ‘both teams score’ looks fair at 21/20 (BetVic).

In Spain, Valencia’s Goncalo Guedes is a decent ‘anytime’ poke at 4/1 (Unibet) to give La Liga visitors Real Madrid a fright (8pm).

Last week: Winner at 21/20





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