HERE’S all of Jordan’s tips and he reckons Spurs will be more fired up to beat Bournemouth after Leicester’s win at Crystal Palace lifted them eight points clear at the top of the Premier League.
He says: “With that Leicester result I’m putting an early tip up. Harry Kane was rested last week and it looked to prove it’s worth with his double against Aston Villa.
“On Thursday he didn’t play a minute in the Europa League so has had plenty of recovery time for their Premier League title push. He scored a hat-trick in their 5-1 win in Bournemouth in the reverse fixture and I’d expect him to grab one again today.
“The majority of bookmakers have him odds on but Bwin are kindly offering 11-10 which is a great price in my opinion.”
Harry Kane (Spurs) to score
(11-10, Bwin) – 2 points
One for the morning sees Perth Glory travel to New Zealand to play the Phoenix who can still qualify for the play-offs but will likely need to win their remaining four games. Easier said then done as Perth are one of the in-form teams in the A-League who are looking to seal a play-off spot themselves. Striker Andy Keogh has 6 goals in his last 5 games for Perth and scored here in a win last season. The Glory have won both of their last two trips here and three of their last four on their travels.
Australian A-League – 4am
Andy Keogh (Perth Glory) to score
(8-5, bet365) – 0.5pts
In Holland there’s a top-of-the-table clash between PSV and Ajax. PSV are being favoured by the bookies despite having to travel back from their 120-minute contest that sealed their Champions League exit midweek.
Ajax are the only side out of the two to drop points completely in their last 15 games with a loss against Utrecht. While I can’t predict who will win I do like the price of Ajax to score considering the circumstances. PSV haven’t conceded in their last 3 at home but they do slip goals even against the worst sides. Ajax will be fresh and raring to go where they can leapfrog PSV to the top with a win, and I like them to score.
It’s the Tyne-Wear derby at St James’s Park and that usually brings plenty of action. Sam Allardyce has already taken 3 points from this fixture this season and will be looking to cause the spoils for the Toon Army once more after Rafa Benitez’s loss in charge against Leicester on Monday.
Over the past few seasons Sunderland have been dominant in this hotly-contested fixture. Unbeaten in 8, winning 6, with 5 of them to nil. The last time they failed to score at St James’s was in 2008 and I think they’ll score here again.
Benitez is basically a walking aid while Newcastle struggle towards the end of the season and can leave whenever he wants. That is not a good recipe for a manager, knowing he is safe regardless of what he does. On the separate side of the dugout you have Allardyce who knows all about relegation battles and Sunderland will know a win could seriously help their chances of survival.
Sunderland To Score (1.30pm)
Ajax To Score (3.45pm)
(51-50, Coral) – 3 points
(109-50, 10Bet) – 0.5pt
Sebastian Giovinco has given us two winners in both of his games this season for Toronto so I don’t see why we should leave him alone here in KC who conceded even against 10 men at home to the Whitecaps last weekend. Still he’s at a good price for his talent in this league.
USA MLS (11pm)
Giovinco (Toronto FC) to score
(17-10, William Hill) – 0.5pt