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Tottenham Betting Odds & Free Bets

Tottenham’s improvement over the last few years has been nothing short of brilliant. The management of Mauricio Pochettino, shrewd oversight of Daniel Levy and world class performances from Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and others have seen Spurs become one of the best teams in Europe.

As ever, it’s the next season that matters in the Premier League and Tottenham face another tough task to maintain their upward momentum. They will be boosted by a first full season in their incredible new season and some exciting signings so don’t expect the Tottenham fairytale to end any time soon.

Tottenham Premier League Betting Odds

Tottenham have at least threatened to win the Premier League in each of the last four seasons but never quite been able to kick on when it mattered. Whilst they’ll be a real factor in the top four, Spurs will do very well to mount a serious title challenge at best odds of 18/1 with 888Sport.

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Tottenham Team Info & Stats

Tottenham Champions League Betting Odds

It’s fair to say that Tottenham had to ride their luck at times en route to the Champions League final. Spurs fans will say that you make your own luck in football and they are certainly set up to be an excellent cup team. Making the semi-finals this season would be a huge achievement but those who believe Spurs can go one better than last year can back them for Champions League glory at 18/1 with 888Sport.


Tottenham Outright Betting Odds

One of the few criticisms of Mauricio Pochettino’s time at Tottenham is that his team are yet to actually win anything. That is seriously harsh given how far he has taken Tottenham but he is very keen to get that silverware monkey off his back.

Tottenham could well target the domestic cups as a chance to finally win a trophy under Pochettino and are tempting in both the FA Cup (8/1) and League Cup (10/1) outright betting markets.

Tottenham Tips and Predictions

If Tottenham are able to at least maintain their levels of play from the last few seasons they should be able to get closer to Manchester City and Liverpool this season. That says more about how tough it will be for the top two from last year to secure a points tally in the high 90s than Spurs but you have to say the North London club are at least in the conversation for the title race.

By aiming for the title, Tottenham have the fall back of Champions League qualification even if they fall short. We recommend backing Spurs for a top four finish at 11/20 and maybe chancing them in the Premier League winner market even if it’s with a view to trading out of your position later on in the season.

Tottenham Team Leaderboard Stats

Check who are the top leading players for the leading categories on the Premier League for Tottenham, just click on the ‘Goals’, ‘Assists’ and ‘Cards’ tabs to see the top players for each category.

Tottenham Transfers

Below is a list of Tottenham’s transfer activity this summer

Players In

Tanguy NdombeleLyon£54m
Ryan SessegnonFulham£24m
Jack ClarkeLeeds£10m
Giovani Lo CelsoReal BetisLoan

 Players Out

Kieran TrippierAtletico Madrid£20m
Vincent JanssenMonterrey£5.5m
Michel VormEnd of Contract
Fernando LlorenteEnd of Contract

Tottenham Current Squad

PlayerAgeNationalityMarket Value
Hugo Loris (goalkeeper)32French£22.5m
Paulo Gazzaniga (goalkeeper)27Argentine£2m
Davinson Sanchez (defender)23Colombian£50m
Toby Alderweireld (defender)30Belgian£36m
Jan Vertonghen (defender)32Belgian£25m
Juan Foyth (defender)21Argentine£14m
Cameron Carter-Vickers (defender)21American£2m
Danny Rose (defender)29English£22.5m
Ben Davies (defender)26Welsh£22.5m
Serge Aurier (defender)26Ivorian£16m
Kyle Walker-Peters (defender)22English£3m
Eric Dier (midfielder)25English£36m
Victor Wanyama (midfielder)28Kenyan£18m
Oliver Skipp (midfielder)18English£4.5m
Tanguy Ndombele (midfielder)22French£58m
Harry Winks (midfielder)23English£22.5m
Moussa Sissoko (midfielder)29French£22.5m
Christian Eriksen (midfielder)27Danish£90m
Dele Alli (midfielder)23English£81m
Josh Onomah (midfielder)22English£3m
Heung-min Son (forward)27Korean£72m
Georges-Kevin N’Koudou (forward)24French£4.5m
Lucas Moura (forward)26Brazilian£36m
Erik Lamela (forward)27Argentine£16m
Harry Kane (forward)26English£135m

Tottenham Honours & Records

Premier League/First Division: 2

Champions League/European Cup: 0

Europa League/UEFA Cup: 2

FA Cup: 8

League Cup: 4

Most Appearances: Steve Perryman – 854

Highest Goalscorer: Jimmy Greaves – 266