Tottenham bounced back in style on Sunday beating Southampton 5-2 in their second Premier League encounter. Spurs will now put their focus on their EFL Cup third round, when they travel to Matchroom Stadium to take on League Two side Leyton Orient.
Leyton Orient vs Tottenham preview
Orient have been in good form since the start of the season, going for five matches in all competitions without suffering any loss. Their recent game against Mansfield on Saturday, that ended in a 2-2 dcraw was the first match to fail to win this campaign and Spurs should be cautious.
Spurs will be aiming to pick from where they left on Sunday after bouncing back with back to back wins against Lokomotiv Plovdiv and Southampton. Jose Mourinho will be out to chase for the third consecutive away victory.
- Tottenham have never lost a single match to Leyton Orient.
- The last encounter between Spurs and Orient ended 5-1 in favour of Tottenham.
- There have been at least two goals in their last two matches.
Head to head
Tottenham have won all the last three encounters against Leyton Orient with their last two encounters producing a total of 12 goals.
The match is expected to be a tough one with emotions given that former player Justin Edinburgh is now in charge of Leyton. However, Spurs should edge this one as they look to avoid another early Carabao Cup exit.
22bet is backing Tottenham to snatch a win at 1.42 while betway giving 1.39 odds for the same outcome.
Over 2.5/ Both teams to score
Edinburgh’s men have scored at least a goal in their last six matches meaning you can back them to grab a goal against the north London side despite the outcome.
Over 2.5 market is also expected to be the outcome in this match, and betway is backing three or more goals to be produced at 1.58 while 22bet has 1.62 odds.
Both teams to score: 22bet (1.81), betway (1.83 odds).
Anytime goalscorer: Son Heung-min
Jose Mourinho could reshuffle his team bearing in mind that they will be facing KF Shkëndija this Thursday in a Europa League qualifier. All eyes will be on Son, who became the first player in the Premier League to score four goals this season. The South Korean was in fine form and Southampton defenders could not handle him as he netted four goals in 5-2 victory.
22bet is backing Son to score a goal anytime at odd of 2.4 while Harry Kane has 1.7.
Leyton Orient 1-3 Tottenham
Luton vs Manchester United
Man United win – 22bet 1.26, betway 1.30 odds.
Over 2.5: 22bet 1.64 odds, betway 1.61
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