Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start in the Premier League when they entertain London rivals Fulham on Monday night (20:00).

We have picked out a few markets that offer great value in this top-flight clash.

Spurs vs Fulham Betting Tips

  • James Maddison to score anytime – 6/4
  • Tottenham and both teams to score (Yes) – 7/4

Match Odds

Tottenham are as short as 1/2 to come away with the victory here, and rightly so given their explosive start to the campaign under new boss Ange Postecoglou. If you think that Fulham can cause problems for Spurs and earn a draw, you can back that at 7/2. A win for the Cottagers is valued at an enticing 5/1.

Both teams have scored in seven out of Spurs’ last nine home Premier League encounters. You can back both teams to find the back of the net in this match at 8/13. But if you think that maybe only one side will score here, you can get that at the price of 6/5.

Over 2.5 goals in the game is at the short price of 1/2, while under 2.5 goals is available at 6/4.

Team News

Yves Bissouma will serve his one-game suspension against Fulham, paving the way for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg to return to the starting XI. Brennan Johnson could return to the squad after a recent hamstring injury, but Rodrigo Bentancur, Ivan Perisic, Alfie Whiteman, Ryan Sessegnon and Manor Solomon remain sidelined.

Fulham are going to be without Issa Diop, Adama Traore, Tosin Adarabioyo and Kenny Tete for Monday’s clash.

James Maddison to score anytime @ 6/4

As Spurs have enjoyed an outstanding start to the season, a lot of it has been down to summer arrival James Maddison. Since leaving relegated Leicester City in the summer, the England international is now playing with a smile on his face as he has enjoyed a fast start to his Tottenham career.

Maddison has scored two goals and provided six assists in his first eight matches for the north London outfit. He is playing with a great deal of confidence and he is one of the most in-form players in the division. Although he has been a creator for the most part this campaign, we all know just how good he is when he has an opening at goal.

Tottenham and both teams to score (Yes) @ 7/4

As mentioned above, both teams have found the back of the net in seven out of Spurs’ last nine home games in the Premier League. Spurs have been most impressive so far with Postecoglou’s front-foot style of play, but Fulham cannot be underestimated. The Cottagers were very good last term as they achieved a top-half finish under Marco Silva.

They haven’t had looked quite as impressive this campaign, but they sit 12th with three wins under their belt, and they certainly have the quality to cause Spurs problems.

In terms of firepower, Spurs are far superior to their opponents and they should have more than enough to pick up win number seven on Monday night. But we do get the feeling that Fulham can get on the scoresheet in this one to give them a contest.

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