Tottenham and West Ham bring down the curtain on another busy festive period on Thursday night and the quality on show should provide a fitting end.
Both teams claimed crucial wins on Tuesday and, with just 48 hours to prepare, the game at Wembley has the potential to be a wholeheartedly entertaining affair.
Tottenham battled to a 2-0 win at Swansea last time out and will be looking to capitalise on their game in hand as they continue to battle for a top-four place.
Despite a bout of flu, Harry Kane is still on current form, metaphorically speaking, head and shoulders above anyone else likely to take the field, and is just 21/10 to score first.
Literally speaking, the same can be said of Andy Carroll whose two-goal showing in the 2-1 win against West Brom makes his 33/10 to score anytime extremely tempting.
In fact, considering they won 3-2 at Wembley in the EFL Cup back in October, the value seems to be for the Hammers and they are 21/2 to claim another win.
Goals are a regular feature in games between these sides, with Over 2.5 being scored in the last seven fixtures on Spurs’ territory.
Over 3.5 goals is 7/5 and it promises to be an extremely entertaining game between two sides suited to playing open, expansive football.
Fatigue could play a part and Spurs’ greater quality, most notably Kane’s, should be the difference so a home win and both to score seems a decent price at 33/20.
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