Dele Alli can star for Tottenham’s supporting cast at Fulham (4pm).
The absence of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Moussa Sissoko leaves Mauricio Pochettino rehearsing his understudies.
Poch knows he had the beating of Manchester United last week, mostly thanks to Kane, though the likes of Alli, Harry Winks and Christian Ericksen saw enough chances on any other day.
They’re all still available – and at the time of writing Fulham have not got a David de Gea.
This will be the Cottager’s 12th league match against the sides standing in the top-10 going into this weekend. They have taken two points and conceded 30 goals. Both sides scored in six of the 11, and that’s mirrored by the Tottenham stats against bottom-10 sides.
An ‘anytime scorer’ punt appeals.
The 11/5 Dele ‘anytime’ is a bit thin on his recent stats, but Kane has failed to start in five Spurs games this season — and Dele scored in three of those. Harry who?
It doesn’t take a genius to see David Wagner was conjuring points out of thin air at Huddersfield.
Now all that’s left is thin air.
Three points looks a breeze for Manchester City (1.30pm), with a clean sheet practically a given.
Try a longshot on a shell-shocked Huddersfield getting a real clumping. On his Prem record last season and this, a hat-trick from Sergio Aguero is sweet at 16/1 (Boylesport).