Spurs v Sunderland 8pm SKY

first_imgRUNNING RETURN (APRIL): PROFIT 34.08 POINTSRUNNING RETURN (YEAR): LOSS 56.20 POINTSWhat’s your view? CALL STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321 Sunderland v Spurs tonight (8pm SKY). Two teams who have gone off the boil big time.Sunderland played like they were already condemned at home to West Ham – losing 2-1. They have taken just one point from their last six games (scoring just three goals) and as a result are now propping up the table.But the fat lady isn’t singing just yet for Gus Poyet’s men. A win tonight would lift them to third off the bottom, four points from safety AND with two games in hand over most of their relegation rivals. And that would be a much brighter picture, a glimmer of light, if you like, at the Stadium Of Light.Whether they can do it of course against Spurs is an entirely different matter – and certainly Spurs have enjoyed a massive edge over the Mackems in recent seasons:HEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Max last 10 only)Dec 2013 Premier Sunderland 1-2 TottenhamMay 2013 Premier Tottenham 1-0 SunderlandDec 2012 Premier Sunderland 1-2 TottenhamApr 2012 Premier Sunderland 0-0 TottenhamDec 2011 Premier Tottenham 1-0 SunderlandFeb 2011 Premier Sunderland 1-2 TottenhamNov 2010 Premier Tottenham 1-1 SunderlandApr 2010 Premier Sunderland 3-1 TottenhamNov 2009 Premier Tottenham 2-0 SunderlandMar 2009 Premier Sunderland 1-1 TottenhamA Champions League spot for Spurs remains mathematically possible but even a win tonight will leave them five points adrift. Their own form has really tailed off – losing three of their last four league games which included a particularly poor performance against Liverpool.Could easily see 0-0 here but certainly few goals and I’m firmly in in the UNDER 2.5 goals camp at around 11/10 with Star Sports.RECOMMENDED BET (scale of 1-10 points)10 points win UNDER 2.5 GOALS at around 11/10 with Star Sportslast_img

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