Spurs v West Ham Tips | 22nd November 2015 | Sky Sports 1


SPURS host West Ham in the Super Sunday match this week. Chris Graham (@chrisgraham79) looks to take on the home side.

Tottenham v West Ham | Sunday 16:00 | Sky Sports 1

I always tend to feel Tottenham don’t get enough respect from the layers when they chalk up the prices every weekend. There’s definitely a sense that they’re clearly the sixth best side in the division going by their odds but this week the love is too strong.

I had Spurs at 4/6 to beat West Ham at home on Sunday but the best price in the village is 4/7. It’s just too short for me when you consider how dangerous the Hammers can be.

As you’ll be aware West Ham’s away from this season has been exquisite with wins over Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool. Yeah they’ve thrown in a few bad results along the way but they are definitely team to support at big prices and to ignore at prohibitive ones.

I always feel a bit uneasy when I see Spurs at these kind of prices. They flopped against Stoke early in the season and couldn’t beat Everton either at White Hart Lane.

There’s no doubt they’re making great strides at the moment (as the North London derby showed) and a place in the Top 4 looks within their range but excuse me if I pass up these kind of quotes against a side as enigmatic as West Ham.

The Hammers have lost just one of their last five against Tottenham and won three within that five match series and have to be respected here at juicy odds of 11/2.

To be able to back them +1 on the Asian Handicap and still come away with an odds against quote is very exciting. It’s West Ham +1 on the Asians at 68/67 with BetVictor.

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Tottenham v West Ham – West Ham +1 Asian Handicap (68/67 BetVictor)

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Chris first got interested in betting back in 2000 when he began working in betting shops throughout Scotland. He has remained in the industry ever since, specialising in marketing and PR roles. Outside of betting, his interests are listening to Blur and following Queen Of The South.

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