Tottenham take on Manchester United at White Hart Lane on Sunday and, if the story of the season so far is told again, we could be in for a goal feast.
Games between the top five sides this season have produced plenty of goals, with an average of almost five per game in the 14 match-ups between the sides so far.
On top of that, both Tottenham and Man Utd have fantastic records in front of goal this season.
United have scored in all but one of their league matches, while they are one of only two teams who have managed to shut Spurs out.
And with two of the Premier League’s most potent attacking players set to feature, goals certainly look like being the order of the day.
Gareth Bale is expected to recover from a hamstring injury in time to take his place in the side, while Wayne Rooney is likely to be reinstated to the United starting XI following a throat infection.
Bale’s goals from midfield have been crucial for Spurs over the last few seasons, but he has never scored against Manchester United in his career.
Nevertheless, the winger is on offer at 7/1 to score the first goal of the game, 7/1 to score the last goal of the game and 2/1 to score at any time.
Wayne Rooney has scored seven career goals against Spurs and found the net in Utd’s 3-0 win over them back in August.
He is the favourite in the goalscorer markets on Sunday, priced at 5/1 to open the scoring, 5/1 to close the scoring and 7/5 to find the net during the 90 minutes.
Danny Welbeck opened the scoring the last time the two sides met and he is 13/2 to repeat the trick this time around.
Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice against Utd in his Arsenal days but his last goal against the champions came in 2008 – four seasons ago. You can back him at odds of 17/10 to break that duck and score at any time on Sunday.
The key to this game, however, could be who comes out on top in the midfield battle. With reports during the week suggesting that Paul Scholes could reconsider his international retirement if Harry Redknapp is given the England job, the midfield maestro will be looking to impress on Sunday.
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