Tottenham v Millwall: Kane and co. will be too strong at the Lane
The first of this Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final fixtures is a cracking London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and giant-killing Millwall at White Hart Lane.
Neil Harris’ Lions have already pulled off some remarkable shocks in this season’s competition, dispatching of three Premier League sides without conceding a single goal.
However, Millwall’s fine run looks set to come to an end at a ground where the hosts have been nigh-on imperious over the course of the last year.
Spurs are 2/13 favourites to win the tie in 90 minutes with their opponents a huge 20/1 and the draw priced at 7/1.
And given the fact that the Lilywhites haven’t lost on home turf since a 2-1 reverse against Southampton last May, it’s hard to argue against those odds.
Therefore, the value certainly lies elsewhere and with one man in particular – Harry Kane.
The former Lions loanee is in particularly scintillating form right now, having bagged two hat-tricks in his last four games and eight goals in total during that sequence.
Kane is 11/5 to grab the game’s opener. Keep reading on to find out more about our cracking enhancement on the England striker.
League One Millwall are no mugs though and they head across the capital protecting a 17-match unbeaten run.
Having netted against Bournemouth, Watford and Premier League champions Leicester City in previous rounds it’s by no means beyond them to get on the scoresheet here.
Added to that, Tottenham conceded three at home to Wycombe Wanderers in the Fourth Round, and while a repeat is unlikely, the 21/10 for Tottenham to win and Both Teams to Score is appealing.
Top scorer Lee Gregory is one to watch for the away side with 10/1 on offer for the 14-goal man to net first and 10/3 for him to score at any time.
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