Spurs betting tips and odds

Tottenham Hotspur have seen quite a rise in success under Mauricio Pochettino in recent seasons and they are now frequently challenging for silverware in England, whilst consolidating their place as a Champions League club. With the Premier League season only a few weeks away from beginning, confident Spurs fans may be looking for somewhere to find the best odds on success for their club this season – Oddschanger compare odds and provide free tips, and prove to be one of the best places to go when looking for the best tips and odds on football betting markets.

Odds on Spurs silverware?

Spurs were left deflated when they slipped up at the back end of Leicester City’s title winning season, but they have since continued to improve and are surely not far off mounting a serious challenge for their first Premier League trophy. Moving into their newly revamped White Hart Lane home this season, Spurs will be hoping to bring a first piece of silverware back to their supporters having last won a trophy in 2008. The best odds punters can get on Spurs currently are around 16/1 on them winning the Premier League – such a result will be difficult given the obvious power of the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool, so an each-way bet might be the way to go as Spurs are certainly good enough to finish in the top four.

Winning the Champions League is perhaps a distant dream for Spurs fans, though Liverpool proved last season that even outsiders can go as far as the final. Odds of around 25/1 on Tottenham Hotspur being crowned Champions League winners this season show that they are not one of the favourites but having given a good account of themselves in Europe last season, they have something to build on and they might fancy their chances of a run deep into the competition.

Betting on Kane for top scorer?

Nobody has scored more goals in the Premier League over the last few seasons than Harry Kane, who narrowly missed out on the Golden Boot last season despite scoring 30 goals – Mohamed Salah bettered him by two. Having managed 20 plus goals in each of his last four seasons in the top flight, it is hard to look past Kane adding another Golden Boot award to his name: the best odds on him doing so currently sit at around 11/4, which presents good value for such a clinical striker. Each-way could be worth backing with there being so many good strikers in the Premier League this season, but the price on Kane outright itself is certainly very good.