It’s a huge night in the race for the Premier League as Spurs host West Brom in a bid to close the gap to Leicester back to five points with three games to play.

If the hosts lose to Pulis’ men on Sky Sports tonight it will leave Leicester needing just two points to guarantee themselves the Premier League crown.

Spurs are nailed on favourites to close the gap at 2/9 whereas the visitors are a massive 16/1 to cause an upset.

If the visitors are to cause a shock, they’ll need their front two of Solomon Rondon and former Spurs transfer target Saido Berahino to step up and are both 16/1 to net the opener.

Behind them, Stephane Sessegnon, who scored West Brom’s last goal 16 days ago, is 23/1 to break the deadlock and James McClean, who netted one of his two goals this season against Spurs earlier in the season, is 28/1.

The usual candidates for Spurs are favourites to open the scoring as Harry Kane is 11/4 favourite followed by young player of the year Dele Alli 5/1.

Spurs have scored the most set pieces in the league this season and Toby Alderweireld is 25/1 with fellow centre-back Jan Vertonghen 33/1 to break the deadlock.

The Baggies earned a 1-1 draw at home to Spurs earlier in the season and that’s 13/1 with a 0-0 stalemate 16/1.

Spurs are 11/1 to repeat their 4-0 scoreline last Monday at Stoke and just 7/1 to win 3-0 like their last home game against Manchester United. West Brom lost 2-0 in North London four days ago and that is 11/2, with 3-1 12/1.

West Brom have beaten Spurs twice at White Hart Lane in 11 years, 1-0 in 2014 which is 40/1 and 2-0 in 2005 which is a monumental 125/1.

The visitors have scored just 12 away goals all year and Spurs are 8/11 to win to nil whereas Pulis’ side did take the lead at Manchester City through Sessegnon and are 4/1 to lead at any time tonight.

BTTS is 6/4 with no at 6/10. Spurs/Spurs is 4/6 with draw/Spurs 17/5. In contrast, draw/West Brom is 33/1 and West Brom/West Brom 40/1.

Match specials include Spurs to score two or more in the first half at 2/1 or Dele Alli and Harry Kane both to score as they did last week at 10/3. Cristian Eriksen to score outside the box is 15/2.

ReadBetting’s tip: Spurs 3-0 West Brom, Dele Alli to score first- 28/1.

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