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Rupert Wyman 10th Dec 2011 - 11:41

Show Tottenham the red card

Tottenham are on a fantastic run and they are unbeaten in their last eleven Premier League games.  They have a tough task beating a Stoke team that are very resilient at home.

Stoke are 11/4 to win the clash, the draw is 12/5 and Tottenham are even money.  It will be a massive match for Peter Crouch, he left Spurs on good terms and he moved for more first team football.

He has played for multiple clubs under Redknapp and the Spurs manager will know how dangerous he is in the air. For the Match Winner, we have enhanced the price of Peter Crouch scoring a header against his former club from 7/2 to 5/1.

He is also 7/1 to grab the opening goal and he fits perfectly into Tony Pulis' aggressive and direct football style.  The man that replaced him at Spurs is a world class player that did not fit into Mancini's plans at City.

Adebayor may only be at Spurs for a season on loan but he has made a massive impact. In their last away match against West Brom in the league, he scored twice after they went behind. He is 6/1 to score two or more and 5/1 to grab the first goal.

Spurs main attacking threat in their recent games has come from one of their wide men.  Gareth Bale has scored four and assisted four goals in his last five Premier League appearances.

He is in cracking form again and Spurs may struggle to hang on to him at the end of the season. He is 7/1 to score the first goal.

If you fancy Stoke to make the most of their home advantage, you can back them at 6/4 draw no bet.

There have been three red cards and three penalties in the three Premier League meetings between Stoke and Tottenham at the Britannia. The price of a red card is 11/2 and it could be a fiery match. Both managers like their teams to play aggressive and the likes of Parker, Walters and Upson will get stuck in.

Both teams to score looks too short at 13/20, Tottenham will not sit back even though they are away from home. Spurs may still have title ambitions but with Man Utd and City being knocked out of the Champions League, the Manchester clubs will be focused on winning the league.

Spurs came from behind to win at West Brom and they are 15/2 to repeat the feat. Stoke may score early but Harry Redknapp's teams have always had a cracking spirit and Spurs will be brimming with confidence, there is no reason for them to not come back and win.



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