For the second week in succession, Spurs will get things underway in the Premier League with the Saturday lunchtime kick off. The game will be televised live in the UK by Sky Sports so it’s natural that SkyBet should look to get on board with some interesting price boosts.
Men in form
Tottenham fans would have been relieved to see Harry Kane back on the pitch as he returned from injury ahead of schedule last weekend. The England striker is likely to start this one and therefore, Sky’s increased price of 7/1 on Kane to score from outside the penalty area will be one to consider.
The forward hit the bar with a long range free kick against Watford and Spurs have hit a number of goals from outside the box in recent weeks so that’s a good offer to start things off.
SkyBet have also issued a price boost for Dele Alli and you can get 15/2 on the attacking midfielder to score with his head. Alli’s most notable headers came in the home win over Chelsea and he can certainly be a threat in the air.
SkyBet continue with price boosts that swing towards Bournemouth players and they have 25/1 on Josh King to score and the Cherries to win it. Bournemouth are the outside bet for the win at a best of 23/2 in the open markets but if they are to take the points, King is the man most likely to find the net.
The Norwegian international has 13 league goals for his club this season and scored against Chelsea last time out so is in good form ahead of this one.
Elsewhere, SkyBet are quoting a price boost of 33/1 on Ryan Fraser to score first. Fraser is a winger who isn’t a prolific goal scorer but he can contribute important strikes and 33/1 is five points better than the next best of 28/1 with BetFred.
The remaining price boosts from SkyBet come in the correct score markets and the first of these shows Tottenham to win 4-0 at 14/1. Spurs beat Watford by that same scoreline last weekend and when these teams met at White Hart Lane last season, the home side ran out as 3-0 winners.
So, that 4-0 bet could be a popular one and once again, this is an industry best at the time of writing.
Finally, SkyBet have a Bournemouth win by one goal to nil down at 40/1 and this is another figure that can’t be beaten out in the open markets. You feel that a prolific Spurs team should find the net at least once in this match but if Bournemouth are to ‘nick it’ it would likely be by playing a defensive game and looking to catch their opponents on the break.
These price boosts are available for all SkyBet customers and any profits that you may make will come back to you in the normal way so, if you can’t see too much value in the open markets for Tottenham v Bournemouth on Saturday, any of these six enhanced specials could put that right.