Tromso v Tottenham Odds : Punters eye 8/1 on Spurs win

There are plenty of questions to answer for Spurs and boss Andre Villas Boas after their humiliating 6-0 defeat at Manchester City and there is a feeling that a backlash is on the horizon. Poor Tromso look in for a thrashing.

Villas-Boas has promised fans that a response is on the way from his Spurs side and it’s no wonder they’ve been absolutely smashed into for this game at 4/11.

Tromso can be backed at 10/1 while the draw is a 4/1 poke.


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The North Londoners are favourites for the competition in the outright betting at 11/2 with Paddy Power and have looked incredibly strong in what they have achieved so far.

With qualification already assured after four straight wins, including a 3-0 canter against Tromso at White Hart Lane, the pressure is off for tonight’s game in terms of group status but rest assured this is a chance for Villas Boas to prove just what this Tottenham team can do when in full throttle.

Despite the fact they have a richly important Premier League match against Manchester United on Sunday, the squad Villas-Boas has put together should have the quality in depth to really put Tromso to the sword.

The likes of Jermain Defoe, Erik Lamela and Aaron Lennon should all start in Norway and between them they have the ability to fire a fair few goals past their poor opponents.

Just to emphasise the different in class between the two sides, the Norwegians have just been relegated from the Norway first division after an appalling season and they may think about playing an experimental team with next season very much in their mind.

Correct score gamblers should be getting excited about the prospect of nicking a bit of value on a Spurs win this evening.

With Tromso lacking much attacking talent, all bets should be focused on Villas-Boas’ men keeping a clean sheet.

It’s not surprising to see that Tottenham to win 2-0 at 11/2 and 3-0 at 8/1 have seen plenty of support in the offices around the country this morning.

A more straight forward bet however lies with the chances of the visitors defying their allotted handicap of -1.5 at 21/20 with Bet365.

For punters that haven’t dabbled in this type of market before, a profit will be winging it’s way to your Bet365 account if the visitors win by two or more goals, which looks a very likely occurrence.

Lewis Jones

Lewis Jones has a wealth of experience in both online and offline sports media despite his young age, and has worked at a variety of well known brands and publications in the UK.

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