Luton Town welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Kenilworth Road on Saturday at 12:30pm in the Premier League, with the Hatters searching for their first home win of the season. We’ve picked out some of the best markets on offer ahead of this fixture.

Luton vs Spurs Betting Tips

  • Son Heung-min to score 2+ goals – 6/1
  • Over 2.5 Tottenham goals – 11/8

Team news

Luton boss Rob Edwards is going to be without Amari’i Bell, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Gabriel Osho, Dan Potts and Jordan Clark for the weekend.

Manor Solomon is Tottenham’s latest injured star and he is set to miss out on the next two to three months of action. He joins Ryan Sessegnon, Ivan Perisic, Alfie Whiteman, Rodrigo Bentancur, Giovani Lo Celso in the treatment room. Brennan Johnson and Bryan Gil could be available to make the squad on Saturday.

Son Heung-min to score 2+ goals @ 6/1

Tottenham’s captain is enjoying his football once again after a disappointing campaign in 2022-23. The 2021-22 Golden Boot winner is back amongst the goals this year with six to his name already in the top flight, and only Erling Haaland has scored more.

There has only been one match so far in which Son has scored just once, which was last time out against Liverpool. The other occasions in which he has scored he has registered a hat-trick and a brace against Burnley and Arsenal respectively.

Ange Postecoglou takes his captivating brand of football to Premier League strugglers Luton this weekend, who have already conceded 14 goals this term. Son could be in for another profitable afternoon in front of goal.

Over 2.5 Tottenham goals @ 11/8

Angeball is in full swing at Spurs and the fans are loving this style of football which they have not been used to seeing for many years. Tottenham have scored 17 goals from their opening seven matches in the top flight, but there has only been one instance where they have scored more than two goals in a game – the 5-2 win over Burnley.

Spurs will be hoping that they can produce another clinical attacking display against another newly-promoted side in Luton, who have struggled to pick up points thus far. The Hatters’ heads will be high after securing their first win against Everton last weekend, but they will be facing one of the toughest opponents in the division this time around.

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