- Tottenham have kept four clean sheets in their last seven assignments.
- Spurs beat Ludogorets 3-1 when the teams last met in early November.
- Tottenham have won six of their last seven games in all competitions.
Comfortable evening’s work anticipated for Spurs
Fresh from a confidence-building 2-0 triumph over Man City on Saturday, Tottenham look ready to put the foot down in a tight looking Europa League Group J this week with a win over bottom side Ludogorets.
Spurs were comfortable winners when the teams last faced off in Bulgaria earlier this month, where goals from Kane, Lucas and Lo Celso helped to fire Tottenham to a 3-1 victory in Razgrad.
The return fixture in North London should be a similarly smooth task for Spurs to complete, though we don’t envisage Ludogorets notching a consolation effort against their English hosts this time around.
With four clean sheets in their last seven assignments in all competitions, Spurs seem to be leaving their early-season defensive problems behind, and with a more solid platform to spring from, Jose Mourinho’s men are worth backing to win to nil on Thursday.
Tottenham plundered three goals when they last played Ludogorets on November 5th, and our 3-0 correct score prediction tips Spurs to replicate their Bulgarian attacking exploits in the English capital this week.