Bet of the day: Eriksen wincast a fab price with Spurs set to knock out Viola
Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | February 25, 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Denmark international Eriksen has four in 12 in 2016
- Goals as well as creativity in his locker
- Tottenham take away goal in Fiorentina fixture
Eriksen in fab 4/1 wincast
Christian Eriksen has often been inspirational for Spurs in big matches since switching to White Hart Lane from Ajax.
Coral thus offer an enhanced 4/1 wincast on Denmark international Eriksen scoring in a Tottenham win over Serie A side Fiorentina in their Europa League last 32 second leg on home turf (bet in 90 minutes, max stake £20).
Any wager that could potentially return £100, with up to £80 profit for punters, cannot be ignored, and here are some more reasons why to invest in Eriksen…
Mauricio Pochettino’s key member of the Spurs supporting cast Eriksen has proved a willing runner and creator across the whole 90 minutes this season.
Goals as well as guile in his game
His late winner at the Etihad proved Eriksen possesses the type of engine that does not tire. Although Harry Kane may miss facing the Florentine team because of a broken nose, South Korea attacker Son Heung-Min is likely to deputise and brings the same grafting work ethic to the table.
If Eriksen can be a foil for Kane, then he can be one for Son too. Four goals in a dozen games in 2016 to date may not sound like much, but you can hardly ask for more from a midfielder than an average of one strike for every three matches played this year to date.
The Viola, as Fiorentina are nicknamed, have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their five outings this February so far, and that is clear evidence Paul Sousa’s porous defence will probably concede again in Europa League action.
Eriksen, with midfield runs, dead-ball ability and superb technique, can be the beneficiary, so why not back him in a fab 4/1 enhanced wincast, staking up to £20 for a potential £100 return?!
See Coral’s previous bets of the day to discover how our expert tipsters have fared.