1. Despite being unbeaten in their last three games, Bolton Wanderers sit 18th in the Premier League going into this clash with Tottenham. A win for Owen Coyle’s side at 4.00 would lift them outside the relegation zone.
2. Spurs haven’t won away from home in 2012, but are favourites to win the game at 1.90. Victory would ensure Spurs stay in 4th place, a point off North London rivals Arsenal in 3rd.
3. A draw would be enough for Bolton to go 17th, but Spurs would have to rely on a draw in the game between Chelsea and Newcastle to stay in the Champions League places. A share of the points at the Reebok Stadium is available at 3.50.
4. Tottenham have never won a Premier League game at the Reebok Stadium. Their last league win against Bolton away from home came in 1996 when Spurs won 3-2. A repeat of that winning scoreline for the away side is available at 22.00.
5. In this season’s corresponding fixture, Harry Redknapp’s side ran out 3-0 winners. A repeat of that winning scoreline for Spurs on Wednesday night can be backed at 17.00.
6. Only relegated Wolves have conceded more home league goals than Boltons’ 32 this season. Over 3.5 total goals are available at 2.90, with unders at 1.35.
7. Wanderers haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last twelve Premier League games, whereas Spurs haven’t scored in their last four away league games. Tottenham can be tipped at 1.14 to score, or 5.00 not to.
8. Kevin Davies bagged two goals at Sunderland last weekend. The striker can be backed at 9.25 to score the first goal on Wednesday night.
9. Tottenham’s top scorer in all competitions this season is Jermain Defoe, who has found the net 16 times so far. Defoe is available at 1.40 not to score against Bolton.
10. Rafael Van der Vaart scored his 12th goal of the campaign against Blackburn on Sunday. The Dutchman is available at 2.65 to find the net at the Reebok.