Premier League Betting Predictions | Tottenham v SunderlandPublished September 15, 2016
How and when will David Moyes’ misery end? Will the Scot find a first Premier League win as Sunderland boss or simply be sacked? Perhaps the latter would be the kindest thing to do. He tickled fans pink when he claimed that he could have won the title with Everton. Nostalgia has played with his perception of events. He’s had two sackings since with another in the post.
That’s unless the slow starters can muster a bit of fight at White Hart Lane this Sunday. Spurs could be feeling the effects of an exerting midweek fixture against Monaco. They can expect to come up against a Sunderland side ready to fight tooth and nail for at least a point.
Although Spurs were rampant at Stoke, we feel that owes as much to how poor the Potters played than their own brilliance. In all of their other fixtures they failed to score more than one goal and, with Moyes’ future dependent on a dignified display, we see another goal-shy showing.