The weekend returns the Premier League with a new commitment between Luton Town and Tottenham, two teams with different panoramas in the standings.
The Spurs come from a win against Liverpool, in one of the most controversial commitments in recent dates, as a legal goal to Luis Díaz was annulled, which has made the Reds look on the desk to repeat the game.
On the other hand, the Hatters are adapting more and more to the league, as the newly promoted team managed to beat Everton and came out of the lower zone.
Date and time for the match Luton Town vs Tottenham for the Premier League
The match between Luton Town vs Tottenham will be played this Saturday, October 7 from:
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Luton Town vs Tottenham Hotspur Head-to-Head and Key Numbers
- This is the first time Luton Town are facing Tottenham Hotspur in the league.
- Striker Carlton Morris has managed four goal contributions in seven league starts for Luton Town this season.
- South Korean attacker Son Heung-min has managed six goals in seven league starts for Tottenham Hotspur this season.
- Midfielder James Maddison has managed six goal contributions in seven league starts for Tottenham Hotspur this season.
- Argentine center-back Cristian Romero has managed two goals in seven league starts for Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Luton Town vs Tottenham Hotspur Prediction
Luton Town are currently 17th in the league, having won one of their first seven league games. Not much was expected from them as not many expected them to be promoted in the first place, but Luton Town have enjoyed a decent start to their league campaign.
Unlike some other promoted clubs in the past, Luton Town did not have an extravagant summer transfer window. Their most expensive purchase was Ryan Giles for nearly €6 million, and the club has added depth and quality to the squad by picking up players like Ross Barkley and Marvelous Nakamba for cheap fees or on free transfers.
Tottenham Hotspur, on the other hand, are flying. Many expected them to struggle following the departure of Harry Kane, but manager Ange Postecoglou has managed to do what his predecessors like Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte could not; he has brought positivity to the club, which has translated into top performances on the field.