With six goals in his last four games for Spurs in all competitions, plus an impressive display in England’s 2-0 win against France behind him, there are few better bets in the Premier League than Harry Kane right now.
The 22-year-old Londoner took a while to warm up this term, having struck 32 goals for club and country in a breakthrough 2014/15 campaign, but Kane’s fine hat-trick away to Bournemouth late last month seem to have sprung the Lilywhites hitman into life.
Kane goals followed in Spurs wins over Aston Villa in the top flight and Anderlecht in the Europa League, before the former Arsenal trainee bagged the opener in a 1-1 draw at the Emirates his side deserved to win.
Back on home soil, Kane to score and Tottenham to beat West Ham is available at 13/8 with Ladbrokes, boosted from an initial price of 11/8.
Slaven Bilic’s side may have picked up a reputation as travelling spoilers so far this season, having downed Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City and Crystal Palace on the road since the Croatian coach took over, but the Irons lost their last away match 2-0 at Watford, and drew at home to Everton immediately prior to the international break.
Spurs, on the other hand, have won three and drawn one of their past four Premier League matches at headquarters, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men notching nine goals in their last three fixtures in the division.
However, a more profitable way to bet on Kane may be found through Ladbrokes’ Double Odds First Goalscorer offer, with the bookies paying out twice if your pick notches an opener within the first 25 of the match.*
Kane has broken deadlocks in his past two club appearances, and struck a ninth-minute equaliser at Bournemouth before firing a couple more in a 5-1 Spurs win.
At 10/3 in this market, and the potential for doubling up, Kane looks the part.
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