Oct 2: English Betting Preview


SPURS boss Mauricio Pochettino would have watched Man City’s Champions League qualifier in midweek and thought: We can beat this lot!

City have been unstoppable in England this season and it’s taken a Scottish team to show how to compete against them.

Pep Guardiola’s side defend their 100 per cent league record at White Hart Lane tomorrow and it promises to be their toughest test yet.

Celtic hustled and harried mistakes out of City to become the first side this season to put two past them never mind three.

That perfect record has to end soon and it could go in north London with Spurs 11-5 at Ladbrokes to win and better backed at 7-11 with 888sport not to lose.

City are 6-4 at Betway and that will tempt many as they look full of goals. Over 2.5 at 3-4 with sportingbet should land.

Kolo Toure and Co kept Sergio Aguero quiet on Wednesday and the Argentine is 13-10 at betfair to hit back with a goal.

Spurs will be without Harry Kane but in his absence Son Hueng-Min has stepped up to the plate. He has netted five goals in five games and is 11-4 at bwin to add to his tally.

I’m not sure what to make of Man United these days. They were superb against Leicester but woeful against Zorya although teams can be excused poor performances in the Europa League.

Stoke are the visitors to Old Trafford on Sunday and Mark Hughes’ men are struggling with just two points from six games. I can’t see anything but a home win but it pays no bigger than 4-11 to win at Ladbrokes.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic landed me a Super Single on Thursday and his headed goal provided a nice winner for Chris Guy and his followers. The Swede is 9-1 with 888sport to score with his noggin against Stoke.

I might have a piece of that and just to score first he is 3-1 at Ladbrokes and William Hill to break the deadlock.

Burnley have made a decent start on their Premier League return but face a massive test at home to Arsenal.

They’ve already beaten Liverpool at home but I can’t see them taking anything from the Gunners who have been in brilliant form recently.

After an opening day defeat at home to Liverpool, the Gunners have been unbeaten and are now third after winning their last four Premier League games.

Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott could be too hot to handle and I’m on them to win even at a short price of 2-5 with the likes of bet365 and William Hill.

Leicester were good winners against Porto in the Champions League and should follow up by beating Southampton who rested some players for their Europa League trip to Beer Sheva. The Foxes are 5-4 with most firms.

Islam Slimani’s justifying his massive £29m transfer fee and is 11-4 with McBookie to score first and 15-8 to net his fourth goal in three games. And to Chris Guy I ask what price Slimani to score with a header?

Bets to Consider

Spurs v Man City draw

Spurs v Man City over 2.5 goals

Ibrahimovic to score first



Slimani to score

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    chris guy 4 weeks ago

    Slimani 11/2 to score a header. Leicester game should be tight so I’m not too impressed with the odds when you can have Ibrahimovic at 9/1 when they are odds on favourites at home. Don’t let me put you off though. Instead of that 11/2 I’d rather back a Ronaldo header at 5/1.

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    chris guy 4 weeks ago

    I know but I reckon if you put the same bet on him every week you would be almost guaranteed profit by the end of the season. Ibrahimovic to score anytime is as short as 4/7 with PaddyPower So the 9/1 on offer is a great price. The guy scored loads of goals with a header when he was with PSG. Good luck if you back him to score a header, I have £100 on him to return £1k.

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