Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice as Tottenham thrashed nine-men Liverpool 4-0 last week and don’t be surprised if his scoring run continues at the DW stadium on Saturday.
He is Spurs’ leading scorer so far this season and is priced at 11/2 to grab two goals or more against the Latics.
The most famous league encounter between these two sides came in November 2009, as Tottenham hammered Wigan 9-1.
In the process, they achieved the second best Premier League victory of all time, with Jermain Defoe bagging five.
Defoe is set to start this weekend and don’t be afraid to bet on him to score at any time in this fixture at odds of 17/10, as he has six goals in his last four games against Wigan. Backing Defoe at this price means punters who use their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com can expect a payback of £67.50.
Meanwhile, want-away midfield star Luka Modric is priced at 14/1 to score first after netting a fantastic opener against Liverpool last Sunday.
The last time these teams met in the league was in April and a 0-0 draw was the final scoreline. If you fancy this result to be repeated you can back no goalscorer at 33/4.
Wigan’s main striker Hugo Rodallega is ruled out of this fixture with a knee injury, which somewhat limits Wigan’s striking prowess.
His replacement Franco di Santo has three goals under his belt already this season and new customers who join bwin.comcan get a price of 8/1 for the Argentinian to score first for the Latics on Saturday.
Set-piece specialist Ben Watson is priced at 4/1 to score anytime, but if you fancy an outsider, look no further than midfield maestro Mohamed Diame to strike the last goal of the game at odds of 22/1.
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