Our resident betting expert is backing Spurs defender Eric Dier to find the net, as well as over 3.5 goals between the two top-four contenders in north London.
Elsewhere, he is tipping Aaron Ramsey to score and Arsenal to win, backing a clean sheet for the Gunners.
Brendan Rodgers has hinted that Balotelli could make his debut against Tottenham. The Italy international will be desperate to prove a point following his £16m move. The 24-year-old scored 20 goals in 54 Premier League appearances during his first spell in England. On the discipline front, Balotelli racked up four red cards in two-and-a-half seasons at City. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers *enhanced odds of 5/1 on Balotelli to score or be sent off. Click here to get these odds now!
Liverpool had the edge on Tottenham last season – and that’s putting it kindly. The Reds were emphatic 5-0 winners at White Hart Lane before a 4-0 victory over Spurs at Anfield. In fact, this fixture has produced an average of four goals in its last three instalments. The Tipster reckons over 3.5 goals is a great shout at 13/8.
Arsenal will hope to get back to winning ways in the Premier League on Sunday. The Gunners are yet to keep a clean sheet in the English top flight, although Arsene Wenger’s side were 1-0 winners against Besiktas mid-week. The Tipster likes the look of Arsenal to win to nil at 21/10.
Wales international Ramsey will return to the starting line-up for the clash against Leicester City on Sunday. The 24-year-old has continued his brilliant form after scoring against Crystal Palace and Everton. Ramsey to score and Arsenal to win is well worth a punt at 3/1.
The Tipster thinks Eric Dier is fantastic odds at 17/2 to score any time. The Spurs defender scored against West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers, meaning that he is the club’s joint-highest scorer this season alongside Nacer Chadli and Harry Kane. The Tipster’s long shot is Dier to score any time at 17/2.
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