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Spurs to make their move

Spurs to make their move


Tottenham can bring a difficult week to an end by getting the better of promoted Fulham on Saturday.

After being criticised for a lack of summer signings, Spurs have announced their move to a new stadium has been delayed.

Mauricio Pochettino has been able to tie Harry Kane, Erik Lamela, Son Heung-min and Davison Sanchez down to new contracts and could argue he has kept a group of players together that have a great chance to finish in the top four for the fourth campaign in a row.

Spurs to win and both teams to score @ 29/20

In contrast Fulham opted to sign five new players on transfer deadline day having already spent heavily in acquiring the likes of Jean Michael Seri, Fabricio, Aleksandar Mitrovic, Alfie Mawson and Joe Bryan earlier in the summer.

It may take time for a new-look team to gel and there were signs in the opening-day home loss to Selhurst Park that the purchase of so many new players may have upset the balance of a side that were so purposeful and entertaining in the Championship.

Newcastle to draw at Cardiff @ 21/10

The Cottagers may be focused on avoiding an immediate return to the second tier of English football this term and that certainly seems to be the case for Cardiff City who are being heavily tipped to be relegated.

If they are to survive in the Premier League, their home form will be key and the game against Newcastle will be one that Neil Warnock will have targeted three points from.

However, Newcastle are always well-organised by Rafa Benitez and can make the long journey back from Tyneside with a point.

Bournemouth to win at West Ham @ 5/2

Elsewhere on Saturday, Chelsea can win their London derby against Arsenal by one goal at 51/20 and Everton can ease to a routine 2-0 victory (31/4) against a shot-shy Southampton side that are 5/1 to be relegated this season.

Wolves can pick up another draw at Leicester City at 49/20 while Bournemouth can shock a disjointed West Ham side by winning at the London Stadium.


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