A superb opening day win over West Ham United was followed by a 2-1 win over AEL in the Europa League and the Argentine will be looking for his side’s early momentum to continue as they welcome former manager Harry Redknapp and his QPR side to White Hart Lane.
Since the mid-nineties the two clubs have only met four times with Spurs winning twice, drawing once and losing on the other occasion. A repeat of the September 2012 2-1 win is available at 36/5 while a 3-1 Spurs victory is 9/1.
Aside from the result, Spurs to win by a three goal margin is 6/1 while a draw at half-time followed by a home win is currently 3/1.
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