Tottenham can't act like victims over Carabao Cup stadium debacle - Pochettino

Monday, 03 Sep, 2018

It was a result that brings Spurs, who had won their opening three matches, crashing back down to earth following Monday's 3-0 win over Manchester United.

Lawrenson said on his BBC Sport Premier League predictions column: "Both these teams have started really well". It is exclusively been three rounds, and focus want to point out for ten months.

"Everybody is happy because to get four wins in a row is not easy and we are enjoying it, the players, the supporters", Gracia said. We need to talk about how to improve.

Hello good afternoon and welcome to the final round of game in Match Day four of the English Premier League. But after we scored we started to change and played long ball. Lucas Moura's outstanding two-goal performance was perhaps overshadowed by José Mourinho's explosive postgame presser, but Spurs continue to prove early on that they're not to be overlooked.

Tottenham arrived with an unbeaten record of their own to protect, having won 3-0 at Manchester United in their previous league game. "I'm not going to guess what is going to happen".

He told Sky Sports: "I am, very happy, like all of the Watford fans".

Backed as favourite to become the first manager sacked with many bookmakers, Gracia has found a settled XI - naming the same side three league games running - and the reward for Watford is their best ever start to a Premier League campaign that promises so much.

Moussa Sissoko is also out with a hamstring problem while Erik Lamela will be handed a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring complaint in the warm-up ahead of the United game.

Spurs were supposed to struggle as they made no signings in the summer as well as having the majority of senior players playing in the latter stages of the World Cup in Russian Federation.

"Of course for the players who arrive in January, always it's hard for them to adapt to a new system and everything that is new for them". "If they want to leave, they want to leave".

Despite their exploits for England during this summer's World Cup, Watford supporters won't be looking forward to seeing Harry Kane and Dele Alli this weekend. But if we want to fight for big things, we need to show we are contenders for 10 months. "It's about being strong and showing that character and mentality to say, 'It's impossible that the opponent is going to score'".