Tottenham Hotspur are about to embark on their first full season under the management of Antonio Conte and they are making big movements. Get the latest Tottenham betting odds here.
Tottenham Top Four Finish odds
When Conte took over as Tottenham manager in November 2021, the north London side were ninth in the Premier League, five points behind fourth-placed West Ham and in danger of falling down the table.
They had been struggling under Nuno Espirito Santo and failed to build on their 1-0 win over Manchester City on the opening weekend, part of a three-match winning run (all by a 1-0 scoreline). Tottenham went unbeaten in Conte’s nine Premier League matches which included a 2-2 draw against Liverpool and six wins, until a defeat to Chelsea started a rough patch.
Four defeats in five Premier League matches gave Conte his first rocky period at Tottenham, combined with exits in the EFL Cup and FA Cup, but the Italian did still manage to beat Man City 3-2 at the Etihad Stadium to complete the league double started by Santo. Tottenham would eventually overcome the wobble to win 10 of their final 14 Premier League matches, securing fourth-placed ahead of rivals Arsenal.
It means a return to the Champions League for Tottenham after two seasons out, first having to contest the Europa League before being in the inaugural Europa Conference League in 2021/22. And they are favoured to repeat the feat this year, with Conte building strong foundations.
Opta’s AI-powered season predictions currently gives Tottenham a 42.88% chance of finishing in the top four this season, with only Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea more likely.
Premier League Top Four Odds*
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Tottenham to win 2022/23 Premier League odds
Perhaps we’d be doing Tottenham a disservice though by only limiting them to a top four challenge. After all, they have had one of the best transfer windows among Premier League clubs so far.
Conte has a history of falling out with his boards due to lack of backing in the transfer window but he cannot say anything bad this summer, with the holes in Tottenham’s squad being filled.
The north London club’s first signing was veteran winger Ivan Perisic who played under Conte at Inter Milan and will likely cover the left-wing-back position that the Italian loves to utilise. They then brought in Fraser Forster from Southampton to provide backup for Hugo Lloris, before making really big moves.
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Yves Bissouma is one of the best midfielders in the Premier League and has been a target for the division’s biggest clubs for some time though no one managed to lure him away from Brighton. That was until Tottenham did so in the summer, with one year left on his contract at Brighton for a very good price of £25m. Tottenham then doubled that spend on Richarlison bolstering an already incredible attack.
It remains to be seen exactly how Richarlison will fit into Tottenham’s team, having to battle for a spot with Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Dejan Kulusevski and Lucas Moura, but the Brazilian was an excellent addition that might be the difference. Tottenham’s most recent signing was to bolster their defence and it’s a good one, even if it is only on loan.
Clement Lenglet is about to hit the peak of his career and is the left-footed centre-back Tottenham have been looking for. The fact that Barcelona were happy to let him leave should not discourage Tottenham fans as Xavi has a specific style of play that Lenglet doesn’t quite fit, while there is also a need to balance the books.
Given the gulf between Man City and Liverpool and the rest of the Premier League, it’s perhaps not a surprise to see Tottenham given just a 0.26% chance of winning the title but they are currently third-favourites.
Tottenham odds to win the Champions League
But why stop there? Why can’t Tottenham win the Champions League?
It’s now three years since Tottenham reached their one and only Champions League final, losing 2-0 to Liverpool in 2019, and they have spent the past two seasons out of the tournament.
Since their first Champions League campaign in 2010/11, Tottenham have only made it past the round-of-16 twice, reaching the quarter-finals in their maiden season and then the aforementioned final. They have, however, only failed to make it out of the group once. So history doesn’t really shine on Tottenham, nor does Conte’s record in Europe, but this could be the squad that finally makes it happen.
Other Tottenham Premier League odds
We’ve mentioned them already in talking about Richarlison’s competition, but in Kane and Son Tottenham have two of the Premier League’s top goalscorers.
Son was the joint-top scorer last season taking the Golden Boot alongside Mohamed Salah with 23 goals, but he isn’t fancied to retain his crown. The South Korean is currently 14/1 with Betway to win a second consecutive Golden Boot, the fifth-favourite as things stand.
Kane (13/2 with Betway) is slightly more favoured than Son despite scoring 17 goals last season, and he is chasing history.
The Englishman currently has three Golden Boot trophies in his cabinet having scooped the awards in 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2020/21, the same amount as Salah who joined him last season. But the pair will now be looking to move level with Thierry Henry, the man with the most Premier League Golden Boots in history (four).