|GARETH BALE 11/10 NOT TO BE AT SPURS AT THE START OF NEXT SEASON
Coral: 4 March 2013
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Gareth Bale is 11/10 with Coral to leave White Hart Lane during the close season, after the 23-year-old was once again the star man in Tottenham's 2-1 victory over rivals Arsenal. Bale's opening goal against the Gunners means the Welshman has now scored a total of seven times in Tottenham's last five league games and 16 for the season.
The result means Tottenham are now two points adrift of second place Manchester City and two points above Chelsea, who overcame West Brom on Saturday. It's 11/8 for Tottenham to finish the season higher in the table than Chelsea and it's 8/1 for Manchester United to win the league, Tottenham to finish second with Manchester City in third.
"Gareth Bale is unstoppable at present so it wouldn't be surprising to see a number of top European clubs try to lure the 23-year-old away from White Hart Lane in the close season. Whether Bale would leave Spurs is the question, especially with Tottenham looking very likely to qualify for the Champions League next season," said Coral's Tim Reynolds.
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The defeat for Arsenal sees the pressure increase on Arsene Wenger, with the Gunners now five points adrift of a lucrative top four finish. It's 2/1 for Arsene Wenger not to be at Arsenal at the start of next season and it's 6/5 that the Gunners bounce back and finish the season in the top four.
Gareth Bale to be at Spurs opening day of the 2013/14 season
Gareth Bale - Total Premier League Goals
5/6 Over 22.5 goals
5-6 Under 22.5 goals
Note: 2012/13 season. League goals only.
Premier League Tricast
6/4 Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham
8/1 Manchester United, Tottenham, Manchester City
To finish highest in the league
8/15 Chelsea v Tottenham 11/8
Arsene Wenger to be at Arsenal start of the 2013/14 season
Arsenal to win a major trophy next season
Note: League, FA Cup, League Cup, Champs Lge or Europa League.
Premier League Top 4 Finish
Premier League Top Goalscorer
8/11 Luis Suarez
13/8 Robin van Persie
11/1 Gareth Bale
16/1 Demba Ba
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