Fulham vs Tottenham Bet Builder Tips: Goals expected at Craven Cottage

 | March 15 | 

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Saturday afternoon’s late kick-off will see Fulham host Tottenham at Craven Cottage at 17:30, live on Sky Sports Main Event. The Cottagers will hope to get back to winning ways having lost to Wolves last time out, while Ange Postecoglou will be desperate for his side to back up their incredible 4-0 win over Aston Villa with another three points here.

Below you can check out our Fulham vs Tottenham Bet Builder tips, using Betfred’s #PickYourPunt function. 

Fulham vs Tottenham Bet Builder Tips

  • Tottenham to win and BTTS
  • James Maddison and Heung-min Son to score
  • Harry Wilson to be carded

Bet builder pays 33/1

Tottenham to win and BTTS

Spurs looked simply sensational at Villa Park last weekend, taking their hosts to the cleaners in the second half. This is a side who have finally got their key players back up and running, and now look like they can potentially overhaul Villa for that fourth spot. 

They scored four last time out, whilst they also scored three against Crystal Palace the week before. Goals are easy to come by for this squad, but they are also susceptible to leaking them as well. That clean sheet against Villa was their first in their last seven matches in all competitions, while with Micky van de Ven out of action, they’ll find it tough to keep Fulham at bay. 

I’m expecting an entertaining encounter in the capital, with plenty of goals.

James Maddison and Heung-min Son to score

Spurs are likely to score at least twice at Craven Cottage, and so it makes sense in my eyes to pick out their two biggest attacking threats. Maddison and Son both scored at Villa Park, with Maddison’s attacking runs into the box in particular catching the eye. Sonny now has two in two, and is still one of the most lethal finishers in the Premier League. Without the suspended Joao Palhinha, Fulham may find it difficult to stop Spurs’ key attackers. 

Harry Wilson to be carded

Perhaps not the first name you think of when it comes to booking potential. Without Palhinha however, there wasn’t an obvious candidate to pick for a yellow card, until I looked into the statistics. Wide man Wilson has now picked up nine yellow cards in all competitions this term, making him the second-most booked Fulham player.

He’s also been booked in four of his last six Premier League appearances, with two of those coming in injury time having come off the bench. Likely to start here, Wilson could once again throw in a late tackle that sees him cautioned. Those selections take us up to a lovely price of 33/1.


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