The fact that Jose Mourinho was able to get a new job before Tottenham were able to appoint his replacement caused much eyebrow-raising in the world of football.
The story could actually be a fairly straightforward one – Spurs are happy with the job that Ryan Mason is doing in temporary charge and are content for him to oversee things until the end of the season.
Mason’s Tottenham were big winners over Sheffield Utd last weekend but will find the going tougher at Elland Road where we are predicting that an entertaining match will end in a draw which is available at 29/10 with Unibet.
|Match Name||Leeds vs Tottenham (Premier League)|
|When||Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 12.30 PM|
|Where||Elland Road, Leeds|
|Best Bet||Get 6/4 on Gareth Bale to Score @ bet365*|
|How To Watch||Live on BT Sport|
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This promises to be an exciting start to Saturday’s action in the Premier League.
We all know that Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds are one of the most watchable teams in the division and Mason has Spurs playing with more freedom and attacking intent than the rather dour days of Mourinho.
Bielsa will also be demanding a much better display from his team after their poor performance during the 2-0 loss to Brighton.
Mason, on the other hand, will ask his Tottenham players for more of the same after they proved far too good for relegated Sheffield Utd.
With both teams looking to come out of the blocks quickly, consider backing over 1.5 first half goals at 6/4 with Paddy Power.
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There was a lot for Spurs fans to like about their team’s approach to and performance in the Sheffield Utd match.
The most pleasing aspect was Gareth Bale’s hat-trick.
The Welshman looks to be fit and enjoying his football after featuring only intermittently under Mourinho.
The nature of Leeds’ man-marking system should enthuse Bale as he often has the beating of his market due to his pace and power so back Bale to score at 6/4 with bet365*.
*Please note that all odds are correct at time of article publication.