|Over 2.5 (-150) @ bet365|
I'm playing on Tottenham/Brighton OVER the total. I'm playing on TOTTENHAM. José Mourinho elected to rest Son Heung-min and Harry Kane for Thursday's game and paid for it. The stars will be back and ready to shine for this one though. The last time that Tottenham was off a loss, it bounced back with a 5-2 win in its next game. Tottenham, which has scored more goals (16) than any club in league action this season, figures to find the back of the net with regularity here. Brighton conceded three goals the last time that it faced a club currently in the top eight and has allowed 12 in six PL matches overall. Brighton hasn't been shutout in any of its last three games though, so may add at least one of its own. Tottenham won 2-1 the last time that the teams met. Three of the last four meetings, including each of the past two, have produced a minimum of three goals. I expect this one to do the same.