We preview both of the televised Premier League games on Sunday featuring Spurs vs Everton at White Hart Lane and Sunderland vs Man City at the Stadium of Light.
Tottenham v Everton
|Everton (+1)||Asian Handicap||5/6||BetVictor|
|Yes||Both Teams To Score||4/5||Bet365|
|Romelu Lukaku (ew)||First Goalscorer||6/1||Paddy Power|
|Harry Kane (ew)||First Goalscorer||3/1||Bet365|
Tottenham have won their last eight league home games and 11 of their 13 here this season (D2), but Everton have not lost any of their last 5 on the road (W2, D3).
Games between these clubs are often close – only one of their last 18 meetings has seen more than one goal between them and the last three games have been draws.
We therefore suggest backing the visitors getting a goal start at 5/6 with BetVictor – so you collect if Everton win or draw, with your money refunded if they lose by one.
It’s been 21 games since Spurs last failed to score at home in a league game, while in Romelu Lukaku, Everton have a player capable of scoring in any match. He has 17 league goals this season and we suggest taking Bet365‘s 4/5 on both teams scoring.
Lukaku has also scored the first goal in more games than any other player so far this season (7) and we recommend backing him at 6/1 with Paddy Power to do so again.
But Harry Kane has scored the first goal in Tottenham’s last three home games (and a total of seven goals in those three matches), so also back him at 3/1 with Bet365.
Finally, the last two games between these sides finished 1-1, so back another at 7/1 with Bet365, who refund losing Correct Score bets on all matches that finish 0-0.
Sunderland v Manchester City
|Man City 2-1||Correct Score||17/2||Bet365|
|Man City 3-1||Correct Score||10/1||Bet365|
|Jermain Defoe (ew)||First Goalscorer||10/1||Sky Bet|
|Sergio Aguero||First Goalscorer||13/5||Unibet|
Bottom of the table Sunderland have it all to do in the 4pm kick-off, having lost their last home game 0-4 to Southampton, while City have won their last 3 league games.
So, it’s no wonder that the visitors are just 3/10 (generally) to win at the Stadium Of Light, with Sunderland available at as big as 10/1 and the draw at 5/1 – both Bet365.
David Moyes’ side have failed to score in four of their last five league matches – and they will be looking towards Jermain Defoe who has at least scored six times in their last eight games. He looks ridiculously big at 10/1 with Sky Bet to score the opener.
No side has more away points that City so far this season and it’s difficult to see how this Sunderland side can outscore them here – so we suggest backing City to win 2-1 and 3-1 at best odds of 17/2 and 10/1 respectively, both with Bet365.
Finally, Sergio Aguero has scored the first goal in three of Man City’s last four games against Sunderland – back him to do so once again at best odds of 13/5 with Unibet.