Tottenham Hotspur continue their preparations for the upcoming season as they meet Championship Reading on Friday afternoon.
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Jose Mourinho’s side got off to a winning start in their pre-season schedule, defeating League One Ipswich 3-0 on Saturday.
A double from Heung-min Son and an opener from Ryan Sessegnon helped the top-flight club ease past the lower league outfit.
Spurs ended their Premier League campaign on a high, going undefeated in their last six games of the season. A final day draw at Crystal Palace helped secure sixth spot in the table.
That placing means Mourinho’s men will begin life in the Europa League second qualifying round, with the draw for the competition taking place next week.
Their European journey looks set to begin five days after the start of the new Premier League season, meaning September will be a busy month for the north London side.
Carabao Cup fixtures will also be taking place as the Portuguese boss looks to get off to a positive start to the new campaign.
But up next is another chance to get a look at his squad, with Reading their opponents in another friendly fixture.
The Championship club finished 14th in the league last season, and will be looking to improve things next time out. They’ve also had a successful start to their preparations, defeating Gillingham 2-1 on Saturday.
A meeting with Spurs, however, will be a different challenge altogether.
It’s currently 1/3 for the Premier League side to come out on top.
Reading can be backed at 13/2, with a draw available at 15/4.
Over 2.5 goals is available at 3/5, and under 2.5 goals is currently 13/10. It’s 19/20 for an odd number of goals and 9/10 for an even number of goals throughout the 90 minutes.
Spurs are available at 1/4 to score the first goal of the game, with their opponents available at 3/1. No goals has been given odds of 14/1.
The clubs last met in the 2012/13 Premier League campaign, where Spurs won both meetings 3-1. It’s currently 10/1 for a repeat of that scoreline on Friday.
It’s the perfect preparation for Mark Bowen’s side, who meet West Ham in their final pre-season fixture. Spurs meanwhile meet Birmingham in their final game before the new top-flight campaign kicks off.