Spurs 8/15 for top four

  • Last Updated: February 25 2013, 23:27 GMT

Gareth Bale was the star again for Tottenham on Monday night, scoring two - including the last-minute winner - in a 3-2 victory at West Ham that lifts Spurs to third in the Premier League table.

Gareth Bale celebrates with Andre Villas-Boas
Gareth Bale celebrates with Andre Villas-Boas

They're now general 8/15 chances to finish in the top four after moving two points clear of Chelsea and four clear of Arsenal, who travel to White Hart Lane on Sunday.

Coral offer 2/1 for Spurs to finish above both Chelsea and Arsenal this season. They also make it 5/6 for Bale to still be at White Hart Lane after the summer transfer window and the same price for him to depart.

Bale now has 15 Premier League goals this season and is no bigger than 16/1 (Ladbrokes) for the Golden Boot. He still trails Robin van Persie (10/11 at Hills) by four and Luis Suarez (3/1 with BetVictor) by three goals.

Coral's Tim Reynolds said: "Gareth Bale has been inspirational for Tottenham this season and with the 23-year-old playing some scintillating football, it wouldn't be a shock to see a number of Europe's top clubs come calling during the summer transfer window.

"It's hard to imagine, though, that Tottenham would let Bale leave, but with the Welshman likely to attract a huge transfer fee, the North London club could struggle to keep hold of their man."