European Runners-up placed as third favourites in Premier League title race.
Getting into the bigger prices after just two teams, Spurs will be looking to close the gap this season.
After finishing fourth in last season’s Premiership, as well as losing to Liverpool in the Champion’s League final. Spurs had a huge season for the club, without winning any silverware or realistically challenging for the league.
In an attempt to change this, the club has strengthened with signings such as; Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) and Tanguy NDombele (Lyon). Breaking their transfer record in the process (£53.8 million).
If they are to challenge come the end of the season, a clean bill of health will be key, not to mention more consistency against some of the ‘lesser’ clubs.