Tottenham Hotspur host Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday hoping to do the double over Sir Alex Ferguson’s side for the first time in 23 years, with both sides in excellent form and hoping to cement their positions at the top of the table.
United are seven points clear of rivals Manchester City at the summit, while Tottenham are in the fourth Champions League qualifying position, three points clear of Everton in fifth and six clear of neighbours Arsenal in sixth.
With each side proving difficult to beat – United have won 14 of their last 16 league games, while Spurs have lost just one of their last 13 – it is sure to be a competitive game and bwin go odds-against on both teams winning the match: 19/10 for a home win, 5/4 for an away victory and 13/5 for the draw.
To help you choose the right bet, here are some stats for you to consider:
5: Robin van Persie has scored five career goals against Tottenham Hotspur since arriving in England in 2004. The Dutchman is 4/1 to score the first goal of the game on Sunday.
8: The amount of matches that Manchester United have come from behind to win in this season’s Premier League, gaining a record 24 points in the process. Lead-lose in the run of play market is available at 11/2.
11: The number of matches since Spurs beat United at White Hart Lane in the Premier League. That fixture ended 3-1 to Spurs – a repeat scoreline is priced up at 50/1.
16: The number of points Andre Villas-Boas’ side have lost from winning positions during 2012/13. You can get 25/1 on Spurs leading at half time and going on to lose the match.
649: the number of appearance the evergreen Ryan Giggs has racked up for Manchester United. You can get 5/1 on the Welshman scoring at any time to celebrate his 650th game for the Red Devils.
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