The Spurs players and backroom staff including Ange Postecoglou have arrived at the Kenilworth Road ahead of this afternoon’s match against Luton Town.
Tottenham are looking to maintain their impressive start to the new Premier League campaign wiith five wins and two draws in their opening seven games and the only blot on Postecoglou’s record is the disappointing Carabao Cup exit at Fulham.
Can Spurs remain unbeaten?
Luton are yet to win a home match in the Premier League (D1, L2). Their most recent top-flight home victory was 2-0 against Aston Villa in April 1992, however, they do come into the match having secured their first three points of the campaign in last weekend’s 2-1 win at lowly Everton.
Postecoglou’s side could become the first Premier League team to score at least twice in their first eight games under a new manager.
Among the players spotted arriving at the stadium were Heung-min Son, Giovani Lo Celso and James Maddison.
Today, the Australian has named an unchanged Spurs starting eleven from the one which won against Liverpool last weekend.