New Customer Offer: 25/1 on Spurs
Frank Monkhouse | 3 March 2017
Super Sunday – super price boost
Tottenham host Everton at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon in the first of two tantalising live matches from the Premier League. With both sides targeting a top-four finish come the final tally, this is a real fork in the road. What better way to spice things up than with our latest new customer price boost?
We are giving out 25/1 on Tottenham to beat Everton in London this weekend. Spurs are red-hot favourites for the three points, and so they should be, but we think our customers deserve better – much better. The locals blew Stoke away last weekend, but it doesn’t matter how they deal with Everton, if they get the win, you will be in the money.
To take advantage of this enhancement, simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Tottenham beat Everton, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
We fully expect Spurs to pull rank over Everton. They go into the weekend second in the pile, having hammered Stoke 4-0 at this venue last Sunday. Harry Kane scored yet another hat-trick that day, moving manager Pochettino to label him one of the best strikers in the world at the moment. Everton are no soft touch however and enter just six points off the top-four, unbeaten in their last nine league games. So, if The Toffees were to get anything out of this game, it wouldn’t be ideal for us, but we’ll give punters a £/€5 free bet to help ease your suffering.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 2nd March and 13:30 GMT on Sunday 5th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Kane key to success
Harry Kane has been in devastating form this season, and put The Potters to the sword last week, bagging a first-half hat-trick, including two goals in five-minutes. That was the England striker’s third treble in nine games, and he has been behind everything good about The Lilywhites so far.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino’s will be looking to his star to fire them to another three points against a dangerous opponent on Sunday, and if Spurs put on a show against Everton, it’ll prove their worth for a top-four finish. The stats show that Everton haven’t beaten Tottenham since December 2012, and that makes our 25/1 all the sweeter.