Three reasons Bournemouth will cause an upset against Spurs
Tottenham Hotspur have started the 2016/17 season with a bang. They are undefeated in the Premier League and going steady, if slightly unspectacularly, in the Champions League.
Indeed, the Lilywhites are third in the domestic table and have conceded just four times this term – the best defensive record in the Premier League’s top five by double.
So facing a Bournemouth side expected to finish in the bottom half this season, Spurs fans are likely licking their lips in anticipation of their sixth victory in the Premier League – which could well push them to the division’s summit depending on how Arsenal and Manchester City fare this weekend.
But we at FootballFanCast aren’t so convinced the Lilywhites will come out on top in Saturday’s 12.45pm kickoff. In fact, we’re tipping Eddie Howe’s Cherries to cause a shock upset at the Vitality Stadium this weekend – perhaps even by claiming all three points. Here’s a look at three reasons why…