After the 3rd round of the F.A Cup and League Cup semi-finals we shift our focus back to the Premier League.
The early kick off is at 12.30 Live on Sky Sports 1 HD comes from White Hart Lane and see Tottenham Hotspur F.C. take on West Bromwich Albion F.C.
Tottenham are on a 6 game win streak going back to early December including last time out in the Premier League when they comfortably beat league leaders Chelsea 2-0 at the lane.
A brace from Dele Ali seen them coast home and move them up to 3rd in the league and push rivals Arsenal out of the top 4.
Since that victory they also played at home against Championship Side Aston Villa in the F.A Cup which they also won comfortably by the same score line, this time with second half goals from Ben Davies and Hueng-Min Son.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men have the best defensive record in the league conceding just 14 goals and they are just 7 points off the top of the league.
West Brom have been in good form themselves so far this campaign and are flying high in 8th position in the league table.
Recent league victories over Hull City and Southampton has seen the baggies bolster their position in the top half of the table.
The will need to bounce back from last weekends shock defeat to Championship side Derby County 2-1 in the F.A Cup.
West Brom Captain has admitted they will need to be “on top of their game” when they face title chasing Spurs, he is expecting a tough afternoon in the capital city but says his side can take plenty of heart from the 1-1 draw they recorded in the return fixture back in October at the Hawthorns.
Although both side are in good form I think Spurs will edge this one, as they have such a good defensive record we will be looking for a bit of value and you can get 1/1 with Betvictor and PaddyPower for Spurs to win to nil.
The match betting sees Spurs priced @1/3 with various companies, West Brom are as big as @11/1 with Corals and the draw is best priced with Betvictor @22/5.