Betting Preview: Tottenham Hotspur – Brighton and Hove Albion: Back Spurs to win to nil

Kane, Eriksen, Lamela, Tottenham
The North London outfit went out all guns blazing at the weekend and will hope to do likewise when they tackle their opponents from the south coast

Tottenham Hotspur host Brighton and Hove Albion in Wednesday’s Premier League action at Wembley.

Having sealed top spot in Group H of the Uefa Champions League, the Lilywhites put up a dominant display as they dispatched Stoke City 5-1 for their first league win in four games. Spurs are a massive 18 points from the summit of the log but are still favourites to win with Bet365 at odds of (1.25).

The Seagulls suffered a 2-0 loss to fellow newly-promoted side Huddersfield Town and its really difficult times for them as they haven’t won a game since beating Swansea City just before November’s international break. Considering the strength of their opponents, Brighton are clear underdogs at (15.00).

Harry Kane Tottenham 2017

Two of Tottenham’s last four games have ended in draws and its (6.50) with the same firm for that to happen again in the British capital.

Spurs have won their last two games against Brighton in all competitions. What’s more is that the Seagulls have not won in their three previous trips to Wembley. Mauricio Pochettino’s men avoiding defeat in front of home support is available at odds of (1.04).

Chris Hughton’s side have picked up just one point from their last four league games, scoring a solitary goal. This makes it look good for Tottenham winning to nil at odds of (1.80).

Tottenham Brighton PS

With a full strength squad at Pochettino’s disposal, punters who are looking for high stakes can back the Lilywhites to win both halves at juicy odds of (2.37).

Harry Kane’s brace against the Potters meant he has scored half a century of goals in 2017 for both club and country. With 12 strikes credited to him in the English top flight so far this term, he remains Bet365’s favourite to score first at (2.87) and (1.44) anytime.

*Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.