White Hart Pain

Bookmakers are taking bets on Tottenham Hotspur not playing at their new stadium this year after the club confirmed further delays to the new home.

Tottenham had been expected to play their first game at the new ground on 15 September against Liverpool but that and the following game with Cardiff at the beginning of October have now been switched to Wembley.

It has also meant an NFL game scheduled at the new stadium in mid-October has also been moved to Wembley.

However, Bookmakers now believe there is a chance that no matches will be played at the new stadium in 2018 – and have slashed the price for this to happen to just 9/4 from 7/1.

Meanwhile, with the new ground said to be nowhere near completion, it is Evens that Spurs are forced to play ALL of their home Champions League group games at the national stadium.

And, with 15,000 seats yet to be installed in the ground at the new White Hart Lane, it’s 25/1 that Tottenham do not play there for the remainder of the 18/19 season.

Spokesman Paddy Power said: “With no summer signings, and a stadium which is taking longer to build than the Sagrada Familia, it’s a frustrating time to be a Tottenham fan.

“With Liverpool, Cardiff and an NFL fixture all delayed at the new ground, we’ve had to cut the odds of no games to be played there this year.”

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