In fairness to Spurs, they played pretty well on Sunday when getting turned over by the Red Devils and will be confident of returning to winning ways on Wednesday night when they entertain Stevenage at White Hart Lane.
The teams played out a goalless draw on a bobbly pitch last month, although the gulf in class should tell between the two sides in north London and Tottenham are a 1/5 chance (Paddy Power £100 free bets) to claim victory.
Saturday’s trip to Everton might mean that Redknapp keeps Gareth Bale wrapped in cotton wool after the Welshman missed last weekend’s match, although Jermain Defoe is likely to get a starting berth for the contest and he is a 3/1 chance (bet365 bookmaker) to score the first goal of the game.
As for Stevenage, they are sitting just outside the play-off places in League One and will be putting everything into trying to bring about a shock against their Premier League opponents. The Hertfordshire side are a 16/1 chance (Bet Victor) to claim a shock win and 6/1 to take the game into extra-time.
Despite the goalless draw in the first leg, we could see plenty of goals in this encounter and a 4-0 win for Spurs looks an interesting wager at 10/1.