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Bookies CAN’T SPLIT North London rivals in Top Four race
By Harry Hotspur -

BOOKMAKERS CAN’T SEPARATE ARSENAL and Tottenham in the race for the top four, according to Ladbrokes. After Spurs’ convincing victory over the Gunners on Thursday night, the bookies now have BOTH sides priced at 5/6 apiece to take fourth spot in the table. 

Arsenal, who are still in the driving seat by one point, are 20/23 to beat Newcastle on Monday night, while Tottenham are 4/11 to get the better of Burnley on Sunday afternoon. 

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told TheBoyHotspur: “It looks as though the top four race will go right down to the wire, and while Arsenal have the advantage, the latest odds suggest that counts for nothing at this stage.”

Ladbrokes Latest BettingTop Four Betting
Arsenal – 5/6Tottenham Hotspur – 5/6
Arsenal to beat Newcastle – 20/23Tottenham to beat Burnley – 4/11

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Adi zoaka
Adi zoaka
3 days ago

Is there a watsapp groupchat to join in the UK of all Tottenham fans ?

Last edited 3 days ago by Adi zoaka
Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
6 days ago

the goons to take top 4 by a smidge is my guess. Let’s face it, it’s theirs to lose. Wouldn’t it be great though if their implosion against us was just the first sign of a seasons end collapse from the pressure. Young Tetta looks far more twitchy than our Tonio.

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
6 days ago

Several injured/suspended defenders, a chastening derby defeat, a tough away trip to Newcastle (hopefully made worse by our victory against Burnley on Sunday)…

If this was our young team (starting under Poch for example; but even the Redknapp side) in the same situation, I’d be very very concerned.

East Stand
East Stand
6 days ago

Woolwich were humiliated last night, not only by our performance, but by their own and their complete tw*at of a manager. Lets hope their wheels come off…

Brick Top
Brick Top
6 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

I reckon they’re still favorites, but in all honesty they’re not very good. It remains a mystery how Cheatski and Manure just rolled over to that lot

England Mike
England Mike
6 days ago
Reply to  Brick Top

Indeed !

East Stand
East Stand
6 days ago
Reply to  Brick Top

They’re still favorites because both us and them are quite capable of winning the last two games and they have the extra point. We should really have had this sewn up well before now.

England Mike
England Mike
6 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

It’s in their DNA.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
6 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

A good win and job done. I think we should have scored more in the second half though and really humiliated them.. They were a man down early and after the third goal around 48 minutes, we couldn’t get another goal for the whole of the second half.

Dino
Dino
6 days ago

I’m not sure we really tried to score anymore tbh…

East Stand
East Stand
6 days ago

That needs to improve, once Woolwich went into damage limitation mode and sat in we couldn’t open them up enough. This is why their tw*at manager got it wrong, he came to try and win it and ignored all of the facts about how we’ve struggled at times at home and came out rather than try to frustrate us.

This showed both arrogance and a lack of respect for both us and Conte, not to
mentioned the fact it was such an important away derby game.
He blames the ref and match officials but if they’d have played like they did at the start (which was their best spell ironically), we’d have most certainly have picked them off. Holding was rash and one could argue that the pen came because they were getting into pressure situations after we’d turned the ball over, regardless of their possession.

The fact that their manager refused to credit Spurs with anything, or admit that Holding fully deserved to walk just shows where his head is at. Conte absolutely murdered him last night, in every way possible…

Last edited 6 days ago by Easty
Tangangry
Tangangry
6 days ago

Burnley will be taking a huge risk if they come to stick 10 men behind the ball and try to nick a point.

The problem is if we beat them then Everton are pretty much safe if they beat Brentford on Sunday so they will not be scrapping on the last day… we need the Geordies to put in a performance.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
6 days ago

It’s not in our hands. Perhaps that is better as we seem to bottle it when it is.

East Stand
East Stand
6 days ago

True, but it’s not inconceivable that Woolwich win their last two games…

Dino
Dino
6 days ago
Reply to  East Stand

We’ll likely Spurs it up & lose or draw to Burnley.. Gunners win in the last few mins & that will be it…lol

East Stand
East Stand
6 days ago
Reply to  Dino

The worrying thing is most of our fans expect that, more than two wins! 😂

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