Betting tips: Why Gareth Bale is set to net for Tottenham against Chelsea
Betting tips: The Tipster is backing Gareth Bale to score and Tottenham to beat Chelsea at White Hart Lane on Saturday
André Villas-Boas will face Chelsea for the first time since being sacked by the Blues in March, and the Tipster is backing Tottenham’s Gareth Bale to score at White Hart Lane.
Our resident betting expert reckons Spurs will beat Chelsea, while tipping Liverpool to comfortably win against Reading.
Also in this edition, our man-in-the-know is expecting Olivier Giroud to net for Arsenal against Norwich City in Saturday’s late kick-off.
Bale to score at any time for Spurs v Chelsea – 9/4
Bale was in sparkling form for Wales during the international break, scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory over Scotland last Friday. The 23-year-old has scored twice in seven appearances for Tottenham this season. The Tipster’s opening foray for this edition is Bale to net against Chelsea at tempting odds of 9/4.
Tottenham to beat Chelsea – 6/4
Villas-Boas will come up against his former employers at White Hart Lane on Saturday, and a Spurs win would take them to within two points of Chelsea. Tottenham are unbeaten in six league home games against the Blues – a run that includes three wins. So Tottenham to beat Chelsea is a good shout at 6/4.
Liverpool to beat Reading without conceding – 11/10
Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by Stoke City in their last Anfield outing. But Brendan Rodgers’ men should beat Reading comfortably, with Jonjo Shelvey, Raheem Sterling and Luis Suárez all threats in front of goal. The Tipster is backing Liverpool to win without conceding at great odds of 11/10.
Giroud to score at any time for Arsenal v Norwich – 20/21
Giroud is hitting form for both club and country, scoring in Arsenal’s 3-1 victory at West Ham United before netting a late leveller for France in Madrid on Tuesday night. Liverpool were 5-2 winners at Norwich and Giroud could emulate Suárez’s hat-trick at Carrow Road. The Tipster is backing the Frenchman to net at 20/21.
The long shot: Man Utd and Stoke to draw – 9/2
Stoke have already managed to hold Arsenal and Liverpool to goalless draws this season, while Tony Pulis’ men clung on a for a 1-1 stalemate with defending league champions Manchester City. Manchester United have not been firing on all cylinders this term, and the Tipster’s long shot is the Red Devils and Stoke to share the spoils at brilliant odds of 9/2.
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