Super Sunday Betting Tips and Previews
Tottenham v Leicester – Sun 10th Feb, 13:30, Wembley Stadium
Referee: Michael Oliver
Spurs are looking for their fourth successive Premier League win as they host Leicester this Sunday. Meanwhile, Leicester are looking for their first win in five league games. Spurs needed a late goal to beat Newcastle in their last match thanks to an inform Son Heung-Min.
Tottenham are still without Harry Kane and Dele Alli, but Son Heung-Min is stepping up with 10 goals and six assists this season. He has a good record against Leicester with 3 goals and 2 assists in his last 2 league games.
Leicester have been dropping down the table with three losses in their last five games, one draw and one win. But, Leicester have been successful on the road in recent matches beating Chelsea, Everton and drawing at Liverpool. In fact, the Foxes have only lost two of their last eight away games.
Leicester have been inconsistent this season, and it’s hard to know if they will turn up in this game. They lost 1-0 to Man United in their last match, but they did play well in that game.
Spurs have set a new PL record after going 29 matches without a draw, and they have won their last three matches with goals scored in the final 10 minutes.
Jamie Vardy has been involved in seven goals in his last seven PL matches against Spurs, scoring four and assisting three.
Firstly, Spurs are 7/10 to win, the draw is 3/1 and a Leicester win is 9/2
I do see value in the Spurs win, but it is a tough game to call. Leicester’s form has been so erratic, and Spurs are not exactly convincing without Kane and Alli. I think Spurs will grind out another win again though, but I do not see this as a high scoring game.
The Foxes have seen under 2.5 goals in four of their last five matches, apart from their seven-goal thriller against Wolves. I see this being a fairly defensive performance from both, with a goal deciding this game.
I am a big fan of a Spurs win and under 2.5 goals which is best priced at 16/5 with BoyleSports! For the safer bet, Spurs win and under 3.5 goals is best priced at 6/4 with Betway.
Man City v Chelsea – Sun 10th Feb, 16:00, Etihad Stadium
Referee: Mike Dean
A massive game for Super Sunday, with league leaders Man City looking for a third victory in a row. Meanwhile, Chelsea are looking to build on their 5-0 demolition job against Huddersfield in their last match.
Man City lost this reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge, but Man City have been prolific at the Etihad this season while scoring two or more goals in their last 14 home matches. Pep has now lost three league matches against Chelsea, more than against any other team in his managerial career.
Chelsea have done the double over Man City 10 times in the Premier League, more than any other side. But, this is a very different Man City team than most of the other doubles. Chelsea have been solid on the road this season, but they have lost their last two matches in a row conceding six goals without scoring one.
However, they will take confidence in their scoring ability after their 5-0 win against Huddersfield. Also, Man City have seen both teams score in four of their last five home matches with City only keeping four clean sheets at home this season.
Firstly, Man City are 8/15, the draw is 15/4 and a Chelsea win is 6/1.
I do see good value in the City win, but I see more value in BTTS match result City at 2/1 with bet365. I think Chelsea are capable of scoring a goal this Sunday, despite their recent disappointments on the road.
However, it is hard to look past this Man City side, especially at the Etihad. City have seen both teams score and win in eight of their thirteen home matches this season, and I see it landing again this Sunday.