Tottenham Hotspur continue their pre-season schedule on Saturday afternoon when they meet Championship outfit Birmingham City.
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It’s been a successful return to action for Jose Mourinho’s men so far. They’ve already beaten both Ipswich and Reading in pre-season, winning those matches 3-0 and 4-1 respectively.
Ryan Sessegnon and a Heung-min Son double earned that first win, with an own goal and strikes from Son, Dele Alli and Erik Lamela securing the second.
Birmingham haven’t enjoyed such success, drawing 1-1 with Charlton before losing 2-0 to Leicester. Saturday represents the perfect opportunity to kickstart their preparations for the new season. But a tough fixture against Premier League opposition awaits.
It’s currently 3/10 for Spurs to pick up a third successive friendly victory. Their opponents are available at 7/1, with a draw currently 4/1.
Mourinho’s side can be backed at 7/1 to come away with another 3-0 win, while another 4-1 rout over Championship opposition is currently 18/1.
The last meeting between the two clubs was a Premier League fixture all the way back in 2011, which ended in a 2-1 victory for the north London outfit.
It’s currently 8/1 for the exact same scoreline once again.
The two meetings before that fixture ended in a 1-1 draw, with a repeat of that scoreline this time around available at 9/1.
Other selected results include a 2-0 Spurs victory at 11/1, and a 1-0 win for Birmingham at 20/1.
The top-flight club have been given odds of 2/9 to net the first goal of the game, with the Championship side currently 7/2.
Spurs meet former Premier League side Watford in their final pre-season match on Wednesday. They then begin the new top-flight campaign with a home encounter against Everton.
Their busy fixture list continues soon after against Southampton and Newcastle. That’s followed by a return to Old Trafford for Mourinho at the beginning of October.
Birmingham, meanwhile, will battle it out with Walsall in their final pre-season game. They then return to competitive action with an EFL Cup tie at home to Cambridge United.