Free tips Premier League: Tottenham v West Brom predictions (12.30pm, Saturday)
Two of the Premier League’s in-form sides clash at White Hart Lane in Saturday’s early kick-off as third-placed Spurs host West Bromwich Albion, who lie in eighth place after winning each of their last two league fixtures.
Each of the previous three meetings between the sides has ended 1-1, including the draw at the Hawthorns earlier in the season where Nacer Chadli netted against his former club late on before Dele Alli equalized as the game ticked into injury time.
Five of the last seven meetings in total have ended all-square while only once in the last ten head-to-head’s has one of the sides won by more than the odd goal in this fixture, so expect it to be tight.
Spurs (14) have conceded the fewest amount of goals in the division, while West Brom (24) have a better defence than all twelve teams below them in the standings.
Tottenham v West Brom Winner Odds
Tottenham 1/3 – Various
Draw 9/2 – MarathonBet, Matchbook
West Brom 41/4 – NetBet, 10 Bet
Tottenham v West Brom Anytime scorer odds
- Harry Kane 9/10 – Winner Sports – with 10 goals in 15 appearances this season, the England striker is in red-hot form
- Dele Alli 9/5 – Various – having netted twice against Chelsea in the last league outing and scoring in two of the last three meetings between the sides, can he find the net again?
- Salomon Rondon 7/2 – 32Red – the Baggies main goal scoring threat; the Venezuelan striker has netted seven times this season
- Nacer Chadli 23/4 – NetBet, 888Sport – scored against his former club earlier in the season, can he repeat the feat?
Tottenham v West Brom Betting tips
Anytime goalscorer – Dele Alli 9/5 – various – the midfielder is bang in-form after his heroics against Chelsea and has a great record against West Brom – will be the man to watch and these odds are tempting
Draw 9/2 – MarathonBet, Matchbook – considering the recent track record of both these teams, a draw seems an extremely probable outcome despite the North London side being favourites with home advantage. Only Middlesbrough (7) have drawn more games than Spurs and the Baggies (6), so this seems a sensible bet.
Tottenham v West Brom Verdict
The game will be closely-fought and probably low scoring. If Mauricio Pochetinno’s men can combat the Baggies aerial threat, they will be favourites but Tony Pulis’ side don’t concede many and will have a solid game-plan. Expect a draw or a narrow, closely-fought Spurs victory.