Premier League. Round 12.
Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur (London)
Referee: Andre Marriner
The match between Tottenham and Leeds will be final in the 12th round. Who is going to outflank in the matchup of tactical geeks - Antonio Conte or Marcelo Bielsa?
The first Tottenham match with Everton under the head coach Antonio Conte ended up with a nil-nil draw. What else can you expect from the new coach who led the team at the height of the season? Antonio Conte took on a job when the team was in dire circumstances. Therefore, there will be no immediate miracles from the Italian allenatore. Nonetheless, Harry Kane is happy working with this specialist, as he will unlock his potential.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Leeds straightened things out a bit by showing a 3-undefeated streak with a result of five points. The team won over Norwich (2-1) and got two draws with Wolverhampton and Leicester. Thus, Leeds moved up to 15th place, with 11 points left. The gap from the relegation zone is slim - only three points from Burnley. Therefore, now’s not the time for Marcelo Bielsa to relax.
The next game will be the 100th in a row. Tottenham leads by a bare majority — 37:33. Last season, Tottenham defeated Leeds 3:0 at a home match, and the Peacocks responded with a 3:1 home win.
- Tottenham has never scored a goal in the last three games.
- In the previous matches, the total of goals scored was more than 2.5 goals.
- Tottenham has never lost to Leeds in the last five home games.
Expert Betting Options
Tottenham is closer to success because of the difference in the team line-ups’: Spurs have more remarkable footballers. That’s why we believe in the first victory of the London club coached by Antonio Conte. We give 1.66 for the success of Tottenham. Also, we are inclined to think that a few goals will be scored since Leeds lacks Bamford, and Tottenham is only adapting to the requirements of Conte, for which reason this would adversely affect the offense play. Therefore, we recommend betting on total under (2.5) for 1.94.
In conclusion, we that the Spurs will outweigh the Peacocks on the corners. Leeds is trying to score the open-play goals, not the set-piece ones. We recommend betting on Tottenham’s corner handicap over (1.5) for 1.92.