Tottenham vs. West Ham Betting Tips: Jarrod Bowen tipped at 28/1
The final Premier League match of the weekend takes place in the capital as Tottenham host fellow Londoners West Ham on Sunday afternoon (4.30pm, Sky Sports).
JimmyThePunt has analysed what's on offer from the best online betting sites and revealed what he's backing...
Tottenham vs West Ham Odds
A combination of wasteful finishing and bad fortune has left West Ham in a precarious league position.
The Hammers have only scored 19 goals, despite generating an xG of 31.98 domestically.
David Moyes' men have fared pretty well against Spurs recently though.
This side's most memorable encounter came in 2020 as Spurs raced to 3-0 in the first 16 minutes. It wasn’t until the 82 minute until West Ham got one back, then Manuel Lanzini drew the game level with basically the last kick.
In the five games since then, West Ham have won two, Spurs have won two and the other game finished all square.
The hosts supremo won’t be in the dugout, but is expected to put Cristian Romero and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg back into the XI, with both players serving their suspensions.
Moyes could have seven players unavailable here. No doubt the biggest miss will be Lucas Paqueta, who was forced off in West Ham's 1-1 draw with Chelsea last weekend, though the Brazilian does have an outside chance of being involved.
If he is not, Tomas Soucek will slot in alongside Declan Rice in holding midfield.
Tottenham vs West Ham Tips
Romero should come straight back into the starting line-up and I think he’ll be up to his usual tricks.
He has picked up a flurry of cards recently, four yellows and a red in his last six top-flight appearances. Pretty cynical.
Unsurprisingly, he commits a fair few fouls as well. He tops his sides charts, averaging 1.6 per game, and luckily for this selection tends to commit more in North London.
This bet has clicked in each of his last four home league starts, averaging 2.2 per game.
On his travels, he has committed nine in seven appearances as this bet has only clicked once.
At the prices available, I think a Jarrod Bowen brace is worth a tickle at 28/1.
The frontman has been wasteful this campaign. Despite generating an xG of 7.83, he has only scored four times.
To put that into perspective, last campaign, he scored 12 goals and racked up an xG of 11.75.
Bowen hit the double recently against Everton and has had eight attempts over his last four league appearances.
Best of luck if you are backing any of these selections and please remember to gamble responsibly.