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Premier League Betting Preview - Sunday 3rd December 2023

Premier League Betting Preview - Sunday 3rd December 2023

Premier League Betting Preview - Sunday 3rd December 2023

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Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

Paul Robinson: I’m looking at this one pretty pessimistically and in all honestly, from a Tottenham point of view in the three defeats that we've had the performances have been okay after the players that we lost in the Chelsea game. That was always going to be a test when the first defeat under Ange came but the first defeat didn't just come, the first defeat came with suspensions and injuries!

Defensively I worry. You look at the back four, the makeshift back four and I’m worried. Ange to his credit says that’s just the way we are going to play regardless of who we're playing and how many men we've got on the field. It's fantastic and it's a great ethos to have and it's a great watch for Spurs fans but I think maybe going to Manchester City this weekend and playing that way, we'll probably play into their hands when you look at what they've got up top.

David Easson: City on the prices are short, as you might expect at 3/10. Tottenham 10/1 in places. I imagine that would tempt you?!

Paul Robinson: There's some value, absolutely, because there's always goals in that Tottenham team. We’ve seen the run that they went on before they got that the defeat, the heavy defeat against Chelsea. Until that they were unbeaten and picked up a record amount of points in 10 games. Yes at 10/1 that’s huge value in a two horse race. There's one thing you can guarantee this game that there will be goals - City will score at home. We know their home record. They've got a fantastic plethora of attacking talent but Tottenham also, that's the way that they play and City are susceptible at the back. As we've seen recently in the 4-4 against Chelsea it's almost a banker for both teams to score. If you're going to back City, be creative. Both teams to score, City to win and then be creative with a goal scorer. If you want some value, maybe put Rodri in there. Rodri is always liable to pop up with the strike from distance. So from a Man City point of view I'd go a City win both teams to score Rodri to get on the scoresheet and anyone that's optimistic and you wanna back Tottenham at 10/1?!

I think you have enough value in just that!

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