Tottenham vs Everton
Tottenham have won all six of their competitive home games this season.Everton on the other side have lost both of their meetings with current top-five sides in the premier league matches.The man to watch in the home team will be the england international Hurry cane who have scored in his all last three consecutive league appearances.This will be the most awaited premier league fixture since both sides are eyeing this one as a must win encounter.Spurs have been scoring most of their goals during the first half and we believe the same trend is likely to occur come this Saturday evening.Having discussed this ,we are therefore banking high on home Win.
pick: Tottenham to win
Sunderland vs Wigan
Both teams have scored in the last fourteen matches involving Sunderland,we have also seen both teams score in the last three head to head matches between these two sides.In this pair,we predict another BTTS action Toni.
pick: Both teams to score
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