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Stuttering Spurs may have to settle for draw

Stuttering Spurs may have to settle for draw

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There should be plenty of goals at the King Power Stadium as Tottenham attempt to get back on track by beating Leicester City.

Both teams to score in the match can be backed at 10/13 while the odds on there being over 3.5 goals is available at 19/10.

Spurs have only won one of their last four Premier League matches while the Foxes have failed to triumph in their last three. A draw at 57/20 appears to be the most likely outcome.

Crystal Palace can take heart from their dramatic last-gasp victory against Stoke City on Saturday by earning another win against bitter rivals Brighton.

The Eagles can mark their first Premier League visit to the Amex Stadium with a victory, available at 37/20, and continue their recent improvement which has seen them lose just two of their last six top-flight matches.

Palace and the Seagulls have been rivals since the 1970s when Terry Venables and Alan Mullery were their respective managers but Roy Hodgson and Chris Hughton are much less volatile figures.

Goals could be scarce in the encounter, with Hodgson’s side 9/5 to keep a clean sheet on the south coast and 25/4 to edge to a 1-0 victory.

A share of the spoils, available at 29/10, could be the final result at Vicarage Road where Watford take on Manchester United.

The Hornets are on a high after recording back-to-back victories against West Ham and Newcastle while Jose Mourinho’s team were fortunate to beat Brighton 1-0 on Saturday after producing another stodgy performance.

Marco Silva’s side remain an entertaining outfit to watch but they are weak defensively with only four Premier League teams conceding more goals than them.

Romelu Lukaku can exploit that weakness by scoring the first goal at odds of 59/20, while United can be backed at enticing odds of 11/2 to win the match from behind.

Finally, Rafa Benitez will be desperate to guide his Newcastle United side to victory at West Brom as they have lost their last four games and slipped to 14th in the table.

Gary Megson will be in charge of the Baggies again and will be looking for a similar display from his side as they produced at Wembley on Saturday when they drew 1-1 at Tottenham.

Another 1-1 draw on Tuesday appears to be good value at 11/2 with Salomon Rondon 23/10 to score at any time.

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Mark Race Having worked in the media for nearly 30 years, Mark knows his sport inside out and at all levels. An avid football fan, Mark also has serious knowledge of the tennis world and is quick to point out value bets in a number of other sports.