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Spurs v Luton

On Saturday afternoon, Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham Hotspur could return to the Premier League’s top four with a win against the Hatters in North London.

The final international break of the 2023/24 Premier League football season is now over, and now Spurs are set to return to league action by welcoming Rob Edwards’ Luton Town to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 30th March 2024. With the season edging ever closer to its conclusion, every point has become even more vital for all teams, including the Lilywhites.

Should Spurs get all three points, they will leapfrog Aston Villa into the first UEFA Champions League qualification spot in fourth place should Unai Emery’s Villans suffer a defeat or play out a draw against West Midlands Rivals Wolves later on Saturday afternoon.

In their most recent game in the English top flight, the opponent that was faced by Ange Postecoglou’s side was against Fulham at Craven Cottage, where they were beaten 3 – 0 in what was the most recent game ahead of the March International break. However, before that, they had beaten Aston Villa emphatically the week before that, beating Villa 4 – 0 at Villa Park.

In B6, goals came from James Maddison (50’), Brennan Johnson (53’), Son Heung-Min (90+1’), and RB Leipzig loanee Timo Werner in stoppage time (90+4’).

As it stands, Tottenham Hotspur currently sit in 5th place with them having accumulated a total of no less than 53 points from the 28 Premier League matches that they have played to date. They still hold the advantage over Villa in 4th, with the Lilywhites still having a game in hand after their away game against London rivals in the form of Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea was postponed earlier on this term.

Moving on to Luton Town, their most recent Premier League game saw them take on fellow top-flight relegation candidates Nottingham Forest at Kenilworth Road on Saturday, 16th March 2024. In the end, it was to be a 1 – 1 draw, with former Newcastle forward Chris Wood giving Nuno Espirito Santo’s visiting Reds side the lead (34’), before Hatters substitute Luke Berry found the equaliser for the newly promoted side in the last moments of the game in the dying embers of the second half (89’).

The most recent win for Luton in the Premier League took place at Kenilworth Road back on Tuesday, 30th January 2024, when they were emphatic 4 – 0 winners against Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton & Hove Albion. The goals that day for the victorious Hatters were scored courtesy a hat-trick from Elijah Adebayo (1’, 42’, 56’) and a goal from former Rotherham United and current Republic of Ireland international forward Chiedozie Ogbene (3’).

Luton sit in 17th place at the moment, and as of the time of writing, they are currently just a point above Nottingham Forest in the first relegation spot in 18th place. The two teams have 22 and 21 points from their 29 2023/24 top-flight matches, respectively, to date. If the Hatters were to secure a win against Spurs, they could go level on points with 16th place Everton and increase the gap between themselves and 18th place to 4 points should all results go their way this weekend.

The most recent competitive game between Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town took place at Kenilworth Road on 7th October 2023. Spurs secured a deserved 1 – 0 win after 2023/24 summer signing Dutch defender Micky van de Ven managed to find the back of the Luton net after beating Hatters ‘keeper Thomas Kaminski early on in the second half (52’).

Overall, these two clubs have come face to face competitively on 81 occasions to date, including a 2 – 2 FA Cup Qualifying Round draw at Northumberland Park on 15th December 1894 – Archibald Cubberley and JW Eccles scored that day for Spurs. Overall, it is Tottenham Hotspur with the superior record of 34 wins compared to Luton Town’s total of 22 in this fixture to date, and as of the time of writing, there have been 25 draws.

Excitement and anticipation are building rapidly ahead of what is set to be a crucial game in the Premier League between Tottenham Hotspur and Luton Town at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday 30th March 2024 in a 15:00 kick-off in North London.

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