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Chelsea v Spurs - Paddy Power Odds, Tips

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Feb/26/2019

Paddy Power have their tips for Wednesday's biggest clash of the day: Chelsea v Spurs.

Total Match Goals: Over 2.5 – 8/11 - Chelsea have been shipping goals at a fair old rate – 16 in their last 10 games in all competitions, in fact, which is more than Liverpool have conceded in the league this season.

Harry Kane to Score Anytime – 13/10 - “Well, since we’ve said there will be goals, it’s probably worth considering who might score them, especially since it’s a same game multi we’re backing.” Harry Kane has scored 15 times already this season.

At Paddy Power: Chelsea is at 6/5 odds, Tottenham is at 9/4 odds, and the Draw is 23/10.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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