Hull vs Tottenham: Kane keen to clinch second Golden Boot
Kick Off: 1500, 21/05/2017
Stadium: KCOM Stadium
Tottenham turned on the style in a 6-1 romp at Leicester on Thursday night and the sub-plot of trying to get Harry Kane the Golden Boot looks set to be bad news for Hull too.
Kane stormed two ahead of long-time scoring charts leader Romelu Lukaku with a four-star show at King Power Stadium and will be hungry for more goals to make sure of top spot.
Kane is 3/1 to net first again here and that is hard to keep out of our Hull vs Tottenham betting tips.
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Hull had hoped to be battling to avoid relegation against a Spurs side with nothing to play for, but back-to-back losses to Sunderland and Crystal Palace have left them facing Championship football next term.
Marco Silva is already being touted as a target for other clubs, including the soon-to-be-vacant Watford job and Southampton, and it will take a big effort to lift the Tigers.
Captain Michael Dawson admitted: “The feeling of relegation is a hard feeling to express. The manager gave us a fighting chance but we’ve come up short. We’ve had some tough away games. Our form has been terrible.”
With Spurs also trying to get Hugo Lloris a share of the clean sheets award, 8/5 for an away win to nil appeals from the Hull vs Tottenham odds.
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Tottenham may have had to settle for being runners-up in the Premier League table, but Mauricio Pochettino insisted they will take pride in helping Kane to a second straight Golden Boot.
The manager said: “It’s a very good collective effort throughout the whole season but we feel so proud of Harry. He will have another opportunity to score more against Hull. I hope he can win.”
Kane added: “I’m in the driving seat at the minute but there’s still one game to play so I’m not resting on my laurels. I’ve got to get out there against Hull and try and score more goals.”
Kane can be backed at 13/4 to bag at least a brace against Hull and is 12/1 for a hat-trick.
Crystal Palace 4-0 HULL
Leicester 1-6 TOTTENHAM – Harry Kane (4), Heung-Min Son (2)
Head-to-head: Tottenham 3-0 Hull, Tottenham 2-0 Hull, Hull 1-2 Tottenham, Hull 1-1 Tottenham, Tottenham 2-2 Hull, Tottenham 1-0 Hull.