Martin Jol left spurs last night after a dismal start to the season for his Spurs team. Tottenham looked like a good side last year and invested heavily in the summer, so it has been a surprise to everyone that they have struggled so much.
However the managerial changes at White Hart Lane make little difference to this project as they are not a side that has enough consistency to risk money on.
This weekend the surprise package so far, Manchester City, travel to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea and then Liverpool and Arsenal meet at Anfield in an exciting fixture on Sunday.
The only match that looks predictable is the Man Utd vs Middlesbrough game on Saturday. Man Utd have won 4 out of 5 at home and Middlesbrough have lost 4 out of 5 away so far with their win being at Fulham.
However, because Man Utd played in europe this week and Middlesbrough have a reputation for raising their game against the top sides I am only going to bet 10% of my account. Meaning £10.86 on a home win.
If Rooney can carry on scoring as he has in the last few games, this should be an easy win.