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Bolton v Tottenham
Bolton and Tottenham play a midweek match this 2nd of May. Kick-off at the Rebook is at 20:00 GMT.
Owen Coyle and his men are only a solitary point away from the relegation zone, and a point or three against Tottenham should keep them safe at least for the coming week ahead. With a relatively kind fixture ahead of them, Bolton will also look to capitalize on their next game to get some steam going into the final two fixtures of the season. Bolton has West Brom at home this coming weekend and will be visiting Stoke for their season-ender.
Kevin Davies is he Bolton man of the hour. The 35-year old Englishman’s brace last time out was only his fourth and fifth of the season, but as they say, it’s better late than never. The same saying is true for Martin Petrov and Sam Ricketts. Both players – who by the way are, like Davies, in their 30s – created the goals that earned the Wanderers a point on the road. So as it looks, Bolton’s experienced old guards are providing the team the goods, and one can only ask: “can they hold on until the end of the season?”
Harry and his Spurs have their top-four finish at stake in the coming weeks and any point dropped in the next two games could be fatal for their Champions League ambitions. Fortunately for Tottenham, they were able to snap a three-game winless skid via a win against Blackburn last weekend with Rafael van der Vaart and Kyle Walker scoring a goal apiece.
A game against Bolton could kick-start the return to form of key Tottenham players who have been very silent in the past month. Emmanuel Adebayor most notably has gone cold in the last two months. He has 13 goals and 11 assists in all competitions to show this season, however he has failed to score since netting a brace against Swansea early in April.
Gareth Bale seems to be a lost soul too. The 22-year old Welshman has 9 goals and 8 assists thus far. Like Adebayor, Bale could have easily increased his marks to double figures had he not taken some sort of “early vacation” in the last two months.
Bolton v Tottenham Betting Preview
In the last six games outings between these two sides, the home team has gone on to win. True enough, Tottenham has not won against Bolton at the Reebok; a trend that has been going on for six years now. History may very well be on the Wanderer’s side, and as recent form suggests, we could expect Bolton to grab at least one point from this game.
Verdict: A draw is imminent, 2-2.
Tip: Boltond drawing with Tottenham at 2-2 is tipped at 13/5. Kevin Davies is staked at 9/1 to score first and score last respectively, and this could be a good steal. Rafael van der Vaart and Gareth to score anytime both at 6/4 are not that rewarding, so go for Martin Petrov at 7/2 (to score anytime) instead.
All odds are from Bet365.com (£200 FREE BET!).