Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Vitality Stadium comes in the form of a Tottenham Hotspur victory, by a score of two goals to nil.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £85 with Bet365.
Two sides desperate for a bounce-back result are set to lock horns in a Premier League clash at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday, October 29th.
The clash in question will see Bournemouth play host to Antonio Conte’s high-flying Tottenham Hotspur.
Beginning with the former, Bournemouth have endured an altogether hit-and-miss recent stretch of results.
After remaining unbeaten through six straight fixtures between late August and mid-October, the Cherries have since slipped to a pair of successive defeats over the last two weeks.
The latest of these came at the hands of struggling West Ham United, when goals on the part of Kurt Zouma and Said Benrahma gave rise to a deservedly one-sided final scoreline at the London Stadium.
Bournemouth, as a result, have slipped back down to 14th in England’s top-flight, just four points clear of the relegation zone.
Goals, in particular, have proven altogether difficult to come by for Gary O’Neil’s side, with back-to-back scoreless efforts versus Southampton and West Ham having left Bournemouth in possession of, statistically, the division’s 3rd worst attack.
The upcoming visitors to the Vitality Stadium, as a result, will no doubt be confident in their chances of securing a much-needed return to winning ways of their own on Saturday afternoon.
Tottenham, after suffering just a solitary defeat over the course of the season’s first ten gameweeks, have since fallen to losses in each of their last two.
The most recent of these arrived in concerning fashion, in a home meeting with Eddie Howe’s high-flying Newcastle United last weekend.
This came as Antonio Conte was once more targeted by both the Lilywhites faithful and neutrals alike, for his side’s altogether passive approach.
Spurs, in turn, have slipped a full five points adrift of north London rivals Arsenal at the Premier League’s summit.
Still looking overly reliant on star hitman Harry Kane, the capital giants will therefore be after a morale-boosting one-sided victory on Saturday afternoon.
And we at 101 are backing Tottenham, when all is said and done, to manage precisely that at Bournemouth’s expense.