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Spurs could have been thrashed last time out at West Brom. The spirit Tottenham showed to come back from 3-0 down and claim a point has been sorely absent this year, but back Eriksen and co to give Sherwood the victory he's desperate to salute.
12:45pm - BT Sport 1
Tottenham
4/7 1.57
Draw
16/5 4.20
Fulham
5/1 6.00
Mourinho has opted for the ingenious tactic of switching his failing strikers for a different one. Lo and behold, it worked. Two crucial goals in two games for Ba has given Chelsea hope, back them to secure a third straight win to give them even more.
5:30pm - Sky Sports 1
Chelsea
2/9 1.22
Draw
6/1 7.00
Sunderland
12/1 13.00
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The Barclays Premier League is the most watched domestic football competition in the world, with plenty of football betting opportunities and markets before and during every season on coral.co.uk. Though 20 teams compete between August and May each year,only a few like Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have a genuine shot at finishing first, as the outright Barclays Premier League winner betting odds regularly reflect. The relegation market is always far more competitive, with the phrase no team is too good to go down guaranteed to surface every spring. The Barclays Premier League top goalscorer betting market is also popular, with past winners including Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robin van Persie. Barclays PremierLeague top goalscorer odds always favour big-club players because it is almost impossible to deliver the required tally at a mid-table team as Kevin Phillips did with Sunderland in 1999/00. An increasingly active Barclays Premier League betting market is top 4 finish odds, with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool frequently involved in close battles for a Champions League place. There are a huge number of football match markets for each Barclays Premier League fixture on coral.co.uk, available both pre-match and in play.
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  • Leicester v QPR
    73% QPR
    7/2 4.50
    23% Leicester
    17/20 1.85
    4% Draw
    5/2 3.50
  • Tottenham v Fulham
    79% Tottenham
    4/7 1.57
    12% Fulham
    5/1 6.00
    9% Draw
    16/5 4.20
  • Motherwell v Celtic
    98% Celtic
    4/7 1.57
    1% Motherwell
    9/2 5.50
    1% Draw
    3/1 4.00
  • Aston Villa v Southampton
    72% Southampton
    5/4 2.25
    25% Aston Villa
    12/5 3.40
    4% Draw
    23/10 3.30
  • Cardiff v Stoke
    95% Stoke
    21/10 3.10
    3% Draw
    23/10 3.30
    3% Cardiff
    11/8 2.37
  • Newcastle v Swansea
    91% Swansea
    7/4 2.75
    6% Newcastle
    17/10 2.70
    3% Draw
    9/4 3.25
  • West Ham v Crystal Palace
    75% Crystal Palace
    13/5 3.60
    16% West Ham
    6/5 2.20
    9% Draw
    9/4 3.25
  • Chelsea v Sunderland
    93% Chelsea
    2/9 1.22
    5% Sunderland
    12/1 13.00
    2% Draw
    6/1 7.00
  • Juventus v Bologna
    100% Juventus
    1/6 1.17
    0% Bologna
    14/1 15.00
    0% Draw
    6/1 7.00
  • Hamburg v Wolfsburg
    100% Wolfsburg
    EVS 2.00
    0% Hamburg
    5/2 3.50
    0% Draw
    13/5 3.60
  • Real Sociedad v Espanyol
    96% Real Sociedad
    4/5 1.80
    4% Espanyol
    7/2 4.50
    0% Draw
    5/2 3.50
  • Lyon v PSG
    68% Draw
    10/3 4.33
    21% PSG
    4/9 1.44
    11% Lyon
    6/1 7.00
  • Fiorentina v Roma
    100% Roma
    11/8 2.37
    0% Fiorentina
    2/1 3.00
    0% Draw
    9/4 3.25
  • Norwich v Liverpool
    69% Liverpool
    2/5 1.40
    26% Norwich
    7/1 8.00
    5% Draw
    4/1 5.00
  • Hull v Arsenal
    84% Arsenal
    17/20 1.85
    13% Hull
    7/2 4.50
    3% Draw
    13/5 3.60
  • Everton v Man Utd
    77% Man Utd
    2/1 3.00
    11% Draw
    12/5 3.40
    11% Everton
    7/5 2.40
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