Despite missing star striker Jamie Vardy, Leicester City thumped Swansea 4-0 to extend its lead over Tottenham to eight points. Now it is up to Spurs to keep up the pace when they host struggling West Brom at White Hart Lane Monday.
Tottenham is currently priced at -450 at online book Bet365 in moneyline markets while West Brom is +1400 and the Draw is +600. The total is currently tabbed at 2.5 goals with OVER at -175 and UNDER at +135.
Spurs are eight points back of the Foxes entering Monday’s meeting with the Baggies and a win would put them five back with just three games remaining for each club. They’ve won back-to-back games and haven’t lost in the league since West Ham beat them 1-0 back on March 2. In their previous two games, they beat Manchester United 3-0 and Stoke 4-0.
At the opposite end of that spectrum is West Brom. The Baggies sit 14th in the table with 40 points and have lost four of their last five games. In their last two defeats, they failed to find the back of net as they were blanked by Watford and Arsenal.
Spurs will be thinking of revenge a little bit here as the reverse fixture was a 1-1 draw back in December.