When, where, and how to watch Spurs vs Luton this weekend

The international break is over and Tottenham Hotspur return to league action this weekend as they take on Luton Town. Here’s when the game takes place, how to watch Spurs vs Luton, and what players are available for the match.

Tottenham will be hoping to put things right after a miserable showing in their last game, a 3-0 defeat to Fulham at Craven Cottage two weeks ago.

Going into this weekend, Ange Postecoglou‘s side are just three points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa, with a game in hand.

Luton, meanwhile, have jumped out of the relegation zone recently thanks to Nottingham Forest receiving a points deduction for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations. The Hatters will need to pull results from somewhere in the coming weeks if they hope to stay in the Premier League, though.

Luton Town Kenilworth Road

When and where is the Spurs vs Luton game?

The game between Spurs and Luton will take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday 30th March, with a 3 pm kick-off.

How to watch Spurs vs Luton

Unfortunately, as it’s a 3 pm kick-off, you will be unable to watch the game between Spurs and Luton live as it falls under the UK’s broadcasting blackout rules.

The best way to keep abreast of the action is to follow along on Sky Sports’ Soccer Saturday or watch the BBC’s Final Score, before catching the highlights on Match of the Day.

Spurs and Luton team news

Spurs have very few major concerns in the injury department, with Micky van de Ven the only player potentially missing from the starting XI.

Van de Ven picked up a thigh injury in the game against Aston Villa earlier this month and missed the clash with Fulham, but thanks to the international break, he has a good chance of returning on Saturday.

Meanwhile, long-term injuries to Fraser Forster, Manor Solomon, and Ryan Sessegnon persist and we will not see the trio at all.

Luton have a fairly substantial injury list, on the other hand. However, there is a chance that the likes of Albert Sambi Lokonga, Gabriel Osho, Mads Andersen, Alfie Doughty, Pelly Mpanzu, and Chiedozie Ogbene could all be back in contention this weekend.

Jacob Brown, Joseph Johnson, Dan Potts, Elijah Adebayo, Marvelous Nakamba, Amari’i Bell, and Thomas Lockyer are all some way off being passed fit.

The Spurs Web prediction

We beat Luton at their place, and that was with ten men. At home, with a break behind us and players eager to put things right after the Fulham game, we have to be winning this. Luton will certainly make things difficult, but we should see Spurs win 3-1.

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