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Spurs and Man City’s sharpest shooters available at enhanced odds

| 03.05.2015

By the time they take to the White Hart Lane pitch on Sunday afternoon their Premier League crown may officially have been handed back, but that won’t mean Manchester City or their hosts Tottenham have nothing to play for.

With only two points separating City from their bitter rivals Manchester United in fourth at the outset of the weekend, the danger of slipping out of the automatic Champions League qualifying berths will be in their minds.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men will want to ensure they book a spot in the group stages without the need for a play-off, while Spurs also have the Europa League spots to fight for, with seventh-place not guaranteed a passage unless Arsenal win the FA Cup.

What both clubs will look for is their main men to fire them to victory and luckily for Ladbrokes customers, the most prolific two players on the pitch have been price-boosted to break the deadlock.

PFA Young Player of the Year, aka Harry Kane, will be available at 6/1 from 9/2 to set Spurs on their way.

This is a real corker of a price for the ‘Hurricane’ whose amazing exploits have seen him become the first Lilywhite since Gary Lineker way back in 1991/92 to surpass the 30 goals mark in a single season.

However, as impressive as Kane has been, there is a player on the opposite side of the pitch who may just get the edge.

All Spurs fans will know what a threat Sergio Aguero brings against their beloved side, having netted nine goals in his last six Premier League clashes with the London club.

Aguero is available at 4/1, boosted from 3/1 to set the scoring wheels in motion for this televised clash.

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Christian Crowther

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