Spurs are 5/1 to beat Palace for new Ladbrokes customers!

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We thought Christmas was over, but Ladbrokes have other ideas with their gift-wrapped new customer sign-up offer.

Anyone joining the bookmakers this weekend via online, mobile or SMS will be treated to an enormous price hike on in-form Tottenham to beat Crystal Palace.

To fresh customers Ladbrokes are offering 5/1 on Spurs spoiling Alan Pardew’s Selhurst Park party when he first takes charge of the Eagles in the Premier League.

For full details of this offer please click here.

This mammoth step-up from the Lilywhites’ regular price of 23/20 on a win rates a fabulous bet given the opposing form of these London rivals heading into Saturday’s televised 17:30 kick-off.

Tottenham inflicted only the second defeat of the season on co-league leaders Chelsea on New Year’s Day in some style, becoming the first team to put five past a Blues team managed by Jose Mourinho.

That was Mauricio Pochettino’s side’s sixth win in nine top-flight games, while they are also chasing a third consecutive league victory away from White Hart Lane.

In stark contrast, it’s no coincidence that Palace have brought in a new man at the helm considering the league form they find themselves in, winless in eight games, losing three of those.

The Eagles haven’t scored in three meetings with Spurs, while their most creative force this season, Yannick Bolasie, is also out of the frame as he is away on African Cup of Nations duty.

To compound matters for Pardew, Tottenham’s emerging hero, Harry Kane, is in sublime form, having notched five goals in as many Premier League appearances ahead of this one.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

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