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Goals the order of the day for Spurs
Tottenham travel to the London Stadium on Friday looking for a win so goals are expected to be the order of the day.

You can expect goals for the away side, as a win will take them to within a point of league leaders Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table.

Spurs have been free scoring in this campaign and have netted 71 times in the Premier League this season, with 45 of those coming at home and 26 of them coming in away matches.

Meanwhile the Hammers have the third worst record for conceding goals in home matches this season, with 27 being netted past them, which has seen them struggle to settle into their new home.

Tottenham see the match as an opportunity to put extra pressure on league leaders Chelsea ahead of their match at home to Middlesbrough on Monday and star striker Harry Kane says they will be going all out for the victory.

Spurs know the affect the schedule can have after they regularly followed Leicester during last year's run-in and finally crumbled to hand the Foxes the title.

"We just have to try to finish strong," Kane said. "We've got another game Friday night and it's good to play first. Hopefully we can drop the gap to one point and then see what happens.

"We know what it's like from when Leicester were playing last year before us, and even today, that it's good to play first and put the pressure on.

"It'll be a tough game away from home but hopefully we can get that win, put the pressure on and just wait and see."

With that in mind the away win with a one-goal handicap looks to be the value bet at n/a

Slaven Bilic’s side are not yet clear of relegation worries, as if Swansea were to win all their games and West Ham lose all theirs, they could still be trapped in the bottom three, although that looks an unlikely scenario.

Although to add to the pressure on the home side West Ham are said to be considering the future of Bilic at the end of the season.

With just six home wins all season the likes of Kane, Christian Erikson and Dele Alli can be expected to pile on the pressure on the Hammers as they look to do what they can in the race for the Premier League title.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men found life difficult at the Boleyn Ground with it’s close fans and hostile atmosphere but life could be a lot easier in the open spaces of the London Stadium.

Recommended Bet: Away win with a one goal handicap at n/a
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