Tottenham head to Chelsea this evening in the second leg of their EFL Cup semi-final holding a slender 1-0 lead.
The visitors are stretched as both Harry Kane and Dele Alli are absent through injury and Son Heung-min is at the Asian Cup with South Korea.
It looks a big ask for Spurs, but they have enough quality within their squad to get the result they need despite their high profile absentees.
Spurs are 9/2 in the standard match betting but I’m going to play it a little safer and back Mauricio Pochettino’s men in the draw no bet market, as a draw would be good enough to secure a place in the final.
Chelsea have only lost once at home this season but they have still struggled against key rivals at Stamford Bridge. The Blues have claimed a win over Manchester City but both Manchester United and Liverpool have left Stamford Bridge with a point, while they were outclassed at Arsenal over the weekend.
A draw or Spurs result at 5/4 looks a solid option as a double chance bet but the North Londoners should get a few chances on the break as Chelsea try and draw level in the tie.
Spurs have held the edge in this fixture recently with three successive wins over Chelsea and at 3/1 the visitors in the draw no bet market looks excellent value.
Defending champions Golden State have hit some real form of late and the Warriors can claim a ninth win in style at Washington overnight.
The Wizards have also been strong of late, but GSW are starting to look like a team capable of completing a three-peat after a stop-start first half of the season.
Golden State have won their last three away games by at least 18 points and can beat a -10 handicap in the point spread at the Capital One Arena.
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