ARSENE WENGER recently described Spurs as a one-man team and on the evidence of Thursday night he wasn't too wrong.
A side without Gareth Bale were hammered 4-1 by Inter Milan but still reached the last eight of the Europa League.
Bale's back for today's meeting with Fulham and punters will be hammering him for first scorer. Unfortunately bookies know the deal and he's no bigger than 3-1 with most firms.
At the start of the season you were getting about 3-1 on Bale to net at anytime but that's all changed with his central role bringing a glut of goals.
Fulham should be next to suffer and as well as Bale to score first I'm launching my treble with Spurs who are a best 8-15 at Ladbrokes and Coral as they try to maintain their bid for a Champions League place.
Add Chelsea at home to a West Ham side who like Fulham are not the best travellers. The Blues will take confidence from their draw at Man Utd and recovery against Steaua Bucharest and should be backed at 2-5 with William Hill and BetVictor.
Complete the treble with Dutch leaders Ajax at an AZ Alkmaar who side who are fighting the drop after no wins in seven. They have just won two at home all season and could be blown away by an Amsterdam side closing in on the championship.
My Super Single is on Burnley who can add to Blackburn's woes at Ewood Park. Both sides are struggling for goals so it should be an unders game for starters but what a mess Rovers are in.
They never threatened a goal in two FA Cup quarter-final clashes with Millwall and have failed to score in seven of their last eight games.
Burnley are hardly prolific but have Charlie Austin and did win their last away game 1-0 at Charlton. Austin might just need one to win this and is x-x to score first while Burnley are 15-8 to notch the points.
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First scorer double
(1pt 25-1, Coral)
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