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The stats that point to another Spurs v Chelsea goal rush

| 28.11.2015

Ladbrokes go money back on losing first player to score, correct score, HT/FT and match result bets up to £25* if both teams bag when Chelsea visit Tottenham, and based on recent history that’s an offer well worth having.

The last seven games between these sides at White Hart Lane have seen each get on the scoresheet at least once, with 10 of their past 11 Premier League fixtures in North London producing such a result.

Goals should prove the key to profit, with an astonishing haul of 22 registered in Chelsea’s four all-competition clashes at Spurs since the start of 2012.

A Harry Kane brace fired Mauricio Pochettino’s hosts towards a 5-3 victory against Jose Mourinho’s visitors the last time they met here on New Year’s Day.

With a strike rate like this, 5/1 about over 4.5 total goals in the game looks the pick of the bets.

Ladbrokes are also rolling out their cracking DOUBLE ODDS 1ST GOALSCORER offer for this live match, meaning you’ll get twice the price if your pick breaks the deadlock within the first 25 minutes.

There’s only one man to be on in this market at the moment. Kane has bagged the opener in each of Spurs’ past four games, with three of those goals coming within the first 32 minutes of their respective matches, and last week’s top-flight opener at home to West Ham struck early enough to ring the bookies’ bell on 23 minutes.

We tipped the 22-year-old up at 10/3 on these pages ahead of the Irons’ visit, and he delivered with time to spare. At 9/2 against the Blues, Kane gets the first goal nod again.

Ladbrokes have also boosted their price on Kane to score and Spurs to win from 3/1 to 5/1, while Chelsea’s Eden Hazard notching in an away victory gets a bump from 5/1 to 7/1.

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Iain Houten

Iain has been contributing pieces to various websites on an array of subjects, including sports, politics and art, for over four years. Despite blue being his favourite colour, the teams he supports all wear red.