Tottenham and Everton odds and betting tips

Where did it all go so horribly wrong for Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti?

Twelve top-flight titles and five Champions Leagues between them.

Now they’re reduced to praying for top-six and a decent run in the Caravan Cup.

Can £1million a month, a dedicated parking space and all your dinners free ever even begin to ease that pain? Yes, yes it can.

I’m expecting a positive Everton move this season, but this trip to Tottenham (4.30pm) might come too soon.

It’s already too late for Harry Kane, according to some excitable pundits.

The injury-haunted ace has ‘lost a yard’ they claim, very possibly ‘between his ears’, though I’m not sure how you’d ever tell.

Judged on his England outings Kane is still instinctively deadly.

And that’s in a poorly side, under a coach whose senior trophy haul amounts to one Prem manager of the month gong with Boro, in 2008.

Tottenham and Jose are better than that. So trust Kane’s data from last season and punt him ‘anytime scorer’ at 6/5 and ‘scores two or more’ at 6/1 (Bet365).

Jamie Vardy’s Golden Boot turned out to be the only tangible evidence that Leicester City had a good campaign last time.

Oddly, the Foxes had a far better win-rate when Vardy did NOT start.

That's just a stats blot around cup games – but it still shows it’s not fair to say they’ve only one goalscorer.

One could be one more than hosts West Brom (2pm) have at Prem level, but the Foxes’ stats – and the Baggies’ newbie status – say that the 5/2 (888sport) ‘a penalty awarded in match’ is the angle we want.

In League One , poor Wigan have been staring into the awful, gaping maw of oblivion.

At Ipswich (12pm) it only feels like that. Worse once the clocks go back.

Town took four points from the final 27 on offer last time and the vibes are murky – though nothing compared to the Latics’ mystery after a firesale.

Ex-Tranmere machine James Norwood has had his Ipswich bedding-in now and is worth a go ‘anytime scorer’ at 13/10 (BetVic).

In Spain, snap up the very reasonable 6/5 (Paddy) that Villarreal’s prolific shrewdy Gerard Moreno scores ‘anytime’ (5.30pm).

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