Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku fantastic 5/1 anytime scorers
With just two matches of the Premier League season remaining, Coral have another sensational special, featuring Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku to score anytime at a fabulous 5/1 price.
The former’s side take on Hull City at White Hart Lane, and having dispatched against the Tigers earlier in the season, will be keen to make it a double, and is evens anytime in the individual match market.
Kane is keen for Spurs to take their remaining two matches seriously and insists the club should relish playing in the Europa League next term.
“We want to win more trophies and the Europa League is a chance to do that,” the Tottenham striker said. “We’re going to try to win the last two games to qualify for the Europa League, and we’ll be taking that competition very seriously.
“It’s more games so it gives us more opportunities to play together,” Kane continued, who has scored 20 goals this season, five goals behind top scorer Sergio Aguero.
“Champions League teams have to do the same. If they win the Champions League they have to play that many games, so the Europa League’s no different.
“If anything it gives us a bit more experience in Europe, hopefully to try to push on to the Champions League. Everyone in and around the team wants to be involved.”
Lukaku, meanwhile, is 19/10 in the anytime individual markets as Everton travel to West Ham, and has scored in five consecutive matches across all competitions against the east London outfit this term, including two FA Cup ties.
The Belgian striker recently revealed that being dropped earlier in the season was a “wake-up call”.
“The manager’s support was always there,” Lukaku said. “I am a guy that is really dedicated to what he does on the training pitch and I always try to prepare for every game in the perfect way.
“I had difficulties with being physically right earlier in the season and so when he took me out of the team in December I knew I had to wake up,” he continued.
“But when we went on the training camp in Qatar before the Crystal Palace game, I had a very good week and since then I am back to where I was. It was a wake up call. Maybe I needed that. I reacted well when I came back into the team and I have not looked back since.”