When and where to watch Luton Town vs Tottenham Hotspur on TV this weekend

Tottenham Hotspur will look to maintain their unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign with a visit to newly promoted Luton Town this weekend. Here, we provide all the details of when, where, and how to watch the game.

Even the most optimistic Tottenham fan could not have predicted the incredible start that Ange Postecoglou has enjoyed since taking over at the club this summer.

The Spurs players have very quickly adopted the attacking and exciting style of football that Postecoglou promised, and are reaping the rewards.

The Lilywhites currently sit in second place in the Premier League, and are one of only two sides to maintain an unbeaten record at the start of the season.

In contrast, newly promoted Luton Town have just one win this season and find themselves just outside the relegation zone on goal difference only.

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When and where is the Luton vs Tottenham game?

Luton will host Tottenham Hotspur at Kenilworth Road on Saturday October 7 in the lunchtime kick-off. The game will commence at 12:30 BST.

How to watch Luton vs Tottenham

Subscribers to TNT Sports (formerly BT Sport) will be able to watch the Luton vs Tottenham game as part of their package with the service. Live coverage of the fixture will begin at 11:00 BST with TNT Sports 1 and TNT Sports Ultimate having all the build-up to the big game.

Luton vs Tottenham team news

Tottenham have a fair few injuries to deal with ahead of this weekend, and will be without the likes of Brennan Johnson and Manor Solomon for the fixture. The attacking duo have both been ruled out of the game, but the good news is, Heung-min Son and James Maddison will be fit and ready for selection.

Meanwhile, the long-term injuries to Ivan Perisic, Bryan Gil, Ryan Sessegnon, and Rodrigo Bentancur will unsurprisingly keep them out of action for the Luton game.

For the hosts, Reece Burke is expected to be available for selection after recovering from a groin problem, and captain Tom Lockyer appears to be all good to continue after an eye injury. The Hatters will not be able to count on new signing Ross Barkley, however, who remains unfit.

The Spurs Web prediction

Based on our performances and results so far this season, you would have to say we are the favourites for this one. No game in the Premier League is an easy one, and Luton have shown they can be dangerous, particularly with Carlton Morris up top. But, if we play the way we have been, we should win this fairly comfortably. I’m going to go for a 3-0 win to Spurs.

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