It remains to be seen how both sets of players cope with the occasion on Tuesday night when Bolton return to White Hart Lane but both teams come into this FA Cup match off the back of good results so confidence should be fairly high in both camps. ValueChecker once again shows what should be the best bets in this match.
Spurs look very unlikely to lose this match according to the Tottenham ValueChecker wikis, between the start of the 09/10 Premiership season and the end of the 10/11 Premiership season Tottenham lost just four matches at home (just one in the latter season). Only Man Utd and Chelsea lost fewer home games in this time period so Spurs are certainly not a team to oppose when playing at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham have often been thought of as an inconsistent side but they have become more reliable in recent years, especially when it comes to how many goals they are conceding. In the 10/11 Premiership season they conceded precisely 1 goal in 19 matches which is half of their league games whilst the season before it was 16 games where Tottenham conceded exactly 1 goal. In both of those seasons no other side conceded exactly 1 goal on more occasions and this should narrow down the options in the goals markets for many Tottenham games. It is worth noting that when the first game was abandoned between the two sides ten days ago Bolton had already scored one goal.
The Tottenham ValueChecker wikis can help narrow down the correct score options even further, Tottenham are considered one of the Premiership’s entertainers and it is easy to understand why with goals often going in at both ends in their matches. In the 10/11 Premiership season Tottenham recorded by far the most 2-1 victories, that was the winning scoreline in 8 of their league matches, whilst the season before it was exactly the same with another 8 2-1 wins. Tottenham look the best team in the league to back to win 2-1.
According to the Bolton ValueChecker wikis, if Spurs are in the lead at half time then Bolton fans may be best off leaving White Hart Lane at the interval. Bolton are one of the worst sides in the Premiership for a comeback if they are losing at half time. Coming back from a half time deficit is never easy but Bolton are amongst the worst at it, in the 10/11 Premiership season Bolton were losing 13 games at half time and they didn’t end up winning any of them and they only drew 2 of them, meaning 11 out of 13 games were lost. The season before Bolton were in a losing position 16 times at half time and although they did go on to win once, they lost the other 15. If Bolton are losing at half time you can be fairly confident they will lose the match.
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