11.01.21 15:45

Has It Come To This? – Our Top Tottenham v Fulham Odds Picks


If you haven’t seen the Scott Parker v The Streets mash-up videos this season, then where have you been?!

There were patches of the season where this 59-second clip was more entertaining than the Cottagers’ attempts on the pitch, but since Parker has decided to implement pace upfront instead of power, the results have followed. 

Jose Mourinho’s men are playing the ultimate spoilers this season, but may have their hands full with a two-pronged attack of Ademola Lookman and Ivan Cavaleiro.

Will it be a case of Dry Your Eyes for Parker on Wednesday, or Fit But They Know It?

Check out our top Odds Picks for Wednesday’s match including a tempting 24/5 Long Shot.

Match Details

FixtureTottenham Hotspur v Fulham
DateWednesday, January 13, 2021 at 20:15
WhereTottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
How to WatchLive on Amazon Prime

Our Top Odds Pick – Tottenham to win and BTTS – 2/1 at BetVictor

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Tottenham to win & both teams to score

Sunday night proved a literal stroll in the park for Tottenham as they brushed aside minnows Marine in the FA Cup.

Mourinho was able to rest plenty of his stars in the process, with top scorers Harry Kane and Heung-min Son allowed the night off.

Both will return on Wednesday night and will be looking to take advantage of a Fulham defence that may be feeling the effects of a last-minute fixture change.

There is no doubt that Parker would have selected an alternate XI for their FA Cup tie against QPR on Saturday if they knew they had a league match planned just four days later…

Still, we are where we are.

Fulham may throw caution to the wind in this one, and we reckon they can make a game of it.

Our Long Shot – Gareth Bale to score last – 24/5 at 888sport

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Gareth Bale to score last

Overall, Gareth Bale’s return to Tottenham has been underwhelming.

The Welshman has only started one league game for Mourinho and is continually thrown on in the last segments of a match to test the tired legs of opposition.

We are expecting this to continue on Wednesday, meaning a Bale winner (or consolation?) is well and truly on the cards.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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