Can Spurs protect new stadium record?

Tottenham Hotspur have played just once in their new stadium at White Hart Lane, but they are odds-on to lose in the second game.

Tottenham officially opened their stadium with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, but their second game this week is somewhat a tougher looking proposition as they host Manchester City in the first-leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash.

Whilst Spurs are fancied to avoid any league defeats at their new home for the rest this season, they are odds-on to lose to City.

Betway are offering 4/5 for Spurs to finish with a flourish and win their final four home games against Huddersfield, Brighton, West Ham and Everton.

But they are also quoting Man City at 8/11 to beat them in what would be only their second match at the new ground.

Betway’s Alan Alger said: “Spurs have had a dream start at their long-awaited stadium debut, overcoming Crystal Palace 2-0, and we go just 4/5 for them to make it the rest of the Premier League season without dropping a point at their new home.

“That being said, we go 8/11 for Manchester City to be the first away side to take the spoils at the brand new ground when they face Spurs in the Champions League next week, with London rivals West Ham next at 6/1 to be the first team to beat Spurs at White Hart Lane.”

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