Are The Odds Stacked Against Us?

Are The Odds Stacked Against Us?

The 2016/17 Premier League season gets underway in just three days time, and there are some very interesting prices available on a variety of markets involving Tottenham Hotspur over the course of the upcoming season. Although Spurs were involved in the title race for the bulk of last term and ultimately finished in third place in the Premier League, the bookies only rate Tottenham as the joint 5th favourites for the upcoming EPL crown.

With Arsenal having snatched 2nd spot from Tottenham at the death last season, the rivalry between both teams is likely to be at an all time high this term. The odds compilers at bet365 have put Spurs in at odds of 5/4 to finish above the Gunners, while Mauricio Pochettino’s men can be backed at the 2/1 mark to end the season as top London club.

Harry Kane to be top Spurs scorer would appear to be a no-brainer at 2/7, but top Premier League goalscorer at 7/1 could well be a bit of value. Having taken the Golden boot last season, there is no reason why Harry Kane won’t have every chance of being the top striker in the land once again. Harry is going to be keen to put the disappointment of Euro 2016 behind him, and I can see the Tottenham number ten really hitting the ground running.

Here are a selection of Tottenham Hotspur special from bet365 for the upcoming premier League season.

Spurs to win the Premier League @ 9/1
Harry Kane Top Scorer @ 7/1
Kane Top Spurs Scorer @ 2/7
Kane Over 18.5 Premier League Goals @ 4/5
Spurs-Arsenal Premier League Forecast @ 50/1
Spurs to finish Top 4 @ 11/10
Spurs Top at Xmas @ 9/1
Spurs to win a major trophy @ 2/1
Spurs to go unbeaten in the Premier League @ 200/1
Spurs Top London Club @ 2/1
Spurs to finish above Arsenal @ 5/4

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2 thoughts on “Are The Odds Stacked Against Us?

  1. We look a massive price to win the league. There is a definite overreaction to the Mourinho/Guardiola factor.

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