Weekend football betting review: Spurs hold Man City
We review the betting data from this weekend's football, including the biggest underdogs, most-backed team and longest-priced goalscorer.
Chelsea were the most backed team in the Premier League this weekend.
More Betway customers backed them than any other team, but they were left disappointed as the Blues only drew 1-1 at home to Leicester.
That wasn't the most surprising result of the weekend, though. That honour goes to Manchester City v Tottenham, for which a draw was priced up at longer than 4/1 (5.39).
With most of the favourites doing the business, Bournemouth's win at Aston Villa was the Premier League's least likely victory, with the Cherries priced at an average of just longer than 2/1 (3.12).
The longest in-play bet of the weekend came at the Etihad. One customer backed Raheem Sterling to score first and the game to finish as a draw at 29/1.
Just 33 people backed John Lundstram in 4 To Score this weekend, with all other players eliminated.
Lundstram was the longest-priced first goalscorer to be successfully backed, with one Betway customer punting on him at 28/1.
How our writers' tips got on
On Saturday, two of our three EFL win/draw/win tips landed, with Leeds winning easily at Wigan and Lincoln doing the business against Southend.
Our longest winner of the day was Connor Jennings to score for Tranmere against Bolton, while BTTS in Aston Villa v Bournemouth was also a winner.
We didn't fare so well on the continent, where Real Madrid did manage to beat Celta Vigo and Lille failed to win against Amiens.
Just one of our three win/draw/win tips landed on Sunday, but successfully tipping Sheffield United to beat Crystal Palace at 8/5 means you wouldn't have missed out too much.
Two of our three BTTS bets landed. Chelsea and Leicester drew 1-1, while Rennes beat PSG 2-1 in the evening Ligue 1 game.
We also successfully tipped Feyenoord not to beat Utrecht in the Eredivisie at 19/20.
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