10. Aston Villa ended a 12-game winless run against Tottenham in the league with a 1-0 win at White Hart Lane in April. They are 8.00 to claim another three points.
9. However, Villa have lost eight of their 10 Premier League games this season. Only Manchester City (1995/96), Sheffield Wednesday (1999/2000) and Crystal Palace (2013/14) have lost nine of their first 11 matches in a Premier League season. Villa are 1.44 to lose.
8. Spurs could lose consecutive home games to Villa in the league for the first time since the 1994/95 and 1995/96 seasons. However, they are unbeaten in nine league games and are 4.65 to draw this clash.
7. Last season’s 1-0 home defeat to Villa was the first time in six games Spurs had failed to score twice or more against the Midlands club. Tottenham are 1.51 to net +1.5 times.
6. Between them, these sides have played out just two 0-0 draws in 27 games this season combined. Both teams to score at White Hart Lane is priced at 1.96.
5. Defeat for Villa would condemn them to a second six-game losing streak in all competitions within a year. Before that they had never recorded six straight losses in the Premier League era. They are 2.95 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
4. Harry Kane scored the first of his 21 Premier League goals last season on this exact day last year, in the 2-1 win at Aston Villa. He has scored four league goals in 2015/16 and is 3.55 to net first.
3. Villa have scored first in just three of their 10 league games this season. They are 3.55 to bag the opener on Monday night.
2. Moussa Dembele scored his first goal for Spurs in 19 games during their 5-1 thumping of Bournemouth last weekend. Former Fulham ace Dembele netted just once all last season and is 4.70 to score again.
1. Villa (2.9) average the third-fewest shots on target per Premier League game this season, while Spurs average the third-most (6.5). Spurs are 8.50 to win 2-1.