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Saturday's Premier League Bet Builder tips: Spurs can succeed on home soil
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Daniel Childs

- Tottenham's Harry Kane has scored in three successive league matches
- Oliver Skipp has been carded in four of Tottenham's last ten Premier League games
- Arsenal beat Nottingham Forest 5-0 in October

Tottenham face a battle to secure any form of European football for next season as they prepare to host Brentford in the early afternoon fixture commencing at 12.30pm.

North London rivals Arsenal have been pushing for the title and will attempt to stay in mathematical contention by winning away to relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest in the day's evening match, which kicks off at 5.30pm.

These matches are the focus of Saturday's Bet Builder.

Tottenham vs Brentford (Saturday, 12.30pm)

Bet 1: Tottenham to win

Brentford have had a great season, but Ivan Toney's eight-month suspension will hit them hard, and they might struggle to cope without the 27-year-old when facing Tottenham in North London.

Toney has had a massive influence for the Bees as a leader and a hugely talented player, scoring 20 league goals and assisting four.

It looks like a great time for Tottenham to face Brentford, and they can take full advantage by registering their 13th home league win of the season.

Bet 2: Harry Kane to score anytime

Speculation over Harry Kane's future refuses to go away, but the Tottenham talisman keeps his standards high, and he can add to his seasonal tally of 27 league goals.

Kane has been unable to match Erling Haaland in the race for the Golden Boot, but he is just three goals away from matching his personal record tally of 30 in a top-flight campaign.

The 29-year-old has found the net in each of the last three games, and his hot streak looks likely to continue.

Bet 3: Oliver Skipp to be carded

Oliver Skipp is another of Tottenham's homegrown players forging a decent career for himself, but he is far more used to collecting yellow cards than finding the back of the net.

The combative midfielder has been booked in seven Premier League games this term despite making just 21 appearances, including five from off the bench.

Skipp has been carded in four of Tottenham's last ten Premier League games and looks a strong candidate to enter the referee's notebook.

Back Tottenham to win, Harry Kane to score anytime and Oliver Skipp to be shown a card at 14.65/1 with LiveScore Bet

Mikel Arteta will want his side to finish the season strongly against Nottingham Forest
Mikel Arteta will want his side to finish the season strongly against Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (Saturday, 5.30pm)

Bet 1: Arsenal to win

Arsenal's title hopes virtually disappeared after last Sunday's 3-0 loss at home to Brighton, but the Gunners have not sustained back-to-back league losses all season, and they can respond with a victory over Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

The Gunners would love to have lifted a trophy, but they have made huge progress this season, and their away record, 39 points from 18 games, is the best in the division.

Nottingham Forest have been strong at home, but they were beaten 5-0 at the Emirates in October and are heading for another defeat.

Bet 2: Both teams to score

Nottingham Forest are scrapping for points in their quest for survival, but they face a tough task against Arsenal and may decide that attack is their best form of defence.

The Tricky Trees have scored in each of their last five matches and could keep the run going against an Arsenal team with the poorest defensive record (42 goals conceded) among the top four.

However, Forest have conceded at least two goals in seven of their last eight fixtures, and they could be ruthlessly exposed by their talented visitors.

Bet 3: Bukayo Saka to score first

Arsenal have been spreading the goals throughout the team, but Bukayo Saka could emerge as their main threat at the City Ground.

Forest's back three is often susceptible to pace down the flanks, and there are not many sharper Premier League wingers than Saka, who has netted 13 goals this season.

Saka has gone four games without scoring, but his mini-drought may be about to come to an end.

Back Arsenal to win, Both teams to score and Martin Odegaard to score anytime at 13/1 with LiveScore Bet

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