THERE is one game in the Premier League with Spurs a biggest 6-10 with William Hill to beat Everton at home.

Spurs can move level on points with Man United if they win and it's a great chance for Harry Redknapp's men to put down a marker as serious title contenders.

David Moyes’ Everton will battle hard but don't score enough – just 10 away from home – and they even struggled to put non-league Tamworth to bed at the weekend.

Spurs have won their last three at home to nil and worth a look to do so again at 6-4 with Skybet. And they could win by more than one which pays 8-5 with Paddy Power.

A 2-0 Spurs triumph is possible at 13-2 (William Hill) while Jermain Defoe has struck in each of his last couple of appearances and has to be fancied at 5-1 (various) to break the deadlock.

In the Championship, Birmingham are big favourites at 6-10 with William Hill to beat Ipswich at St Andrews.

The Blues are unbeaten in 11 matches at home this season and can see off an Ipswich outfit who have lost three on the spin.

Birmingham have conceded just five goals at home all season in the Championship and are a tempting 13-8 with Blue Square to win and keep a clean sheet.


Spurs -1

(8-5, Paddy Power)

Birmingham to win to nil

(13-8, Stan James)


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