Jose Mourinho takes his Tottenham Hotspur side to League Two Leyton Orient early this evening, with a spot in the fourth round of the League Cup up for grabs as we let you know how to watch Leyton Orient vs Spurs live streaming.* this match has now been postponed to a later date.
Spurs will be in high spirits going into the game, having beaten Southampton 5-2 in league action on Sunday.
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Is Leyton Orient v Tottenham on TV?
Yes. Leyton Orient vs Tottenham is being shown live on Sky Sports Football tonight.
Is Leyton Orient v Tottenham Live Streaming on Sky?
Yes. The EFL Cup game is being show live on Sky Sports Football tonight from 6PM.
Leyton Orient v Tottenham : What time does the match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 6PM on Tuesday 22nd September 2020.
Leyton Orient meanwhile drew 2-2 with Mansfield at the weekend, having secured their meeting with Spurs thanks to a 3-2 victory over Plymouth Argyle in the second round of the cup last Tuesday.
The hosts can be backed at 16/1 to cause a huge upset and win the tie.
The Premier League outfit have been given odds of 3/8 to win the game, with a draw currently available at 13/2.
Both teams to score in the game can be backed at 5/4. And Spurs are currently 23/20 for half time/full time.
The Premier League outfit are available at 11/8 to score three or more goals, and 4/1 to score four or more goals.
With Mourinho’s men challenging for domestic trophies and indeed in Europe, it’s impossible to guess which starting 11 the manager will go with.
There could be a long list of changes, but he may just need to rely on his regulars in order to reach the next round.
Striker Harry Kane may well be required in order to sink his former club, having joined Orient on loan from Spurs back in 2011.
Having both starred in the win at St Mary’s, Son Heung-min and Kane are currently 11/4 and 5/1 respectively to net first.
But youngster Kazaiah Sterling could be in line to make his debut should Mourinho choose to play a youthful side.
Sterling is currently 3/1 to net the game’s opening goal.
Unfortunately for the visitors, an injury to Gareth Bale mean’s the winger’s second debut won’t arrive any time soon.
His manager has, however, given fans a boost regarding Bale’s fitness and even his motivation to once again play for the club where he once starred at.
Orient’s Danny Johnson, Lee Angol and Conor Wilkinson have all been given odds of 14/1 to net first at Brisbane Road.