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2019 has not gotten off to the best start for Spurs.

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Things are not going well in North London. Tottenham Hotspur have won just twice in eight competitive matches this season, with the embarrassing defeat to Colchester United being the latest failure. Obviously this team is much better than it is currently showing, but if changes do not happen soon then it may not matter.

Spurs welcome Southampton to the new stadium this Saturday, another match that looks winnable on paper, but is likely not so straightforward. The Saints have just seven points through six Premier League matches, but then again, this is just one point off of Tottenham thus far, so who knows. Southampton has played two top six sides already, losing to Liverpool and drawing against Manchester United, both at home.

At this point, all Tottenham supporters are looking for some hope right now. There have been some injury problems to start the year, though this is not a legitimate excuse for the weekly poor performances. The results must get better quickly, but the team has to look better on the pitch as well. Too many times have Spurs conceded leads this season, and there has been little dominance of lesser sides.

Tuesday is a big match against Bayern Munich, but Tottenham cannot afford to keep dropping winnable points in the League. There is no such thing as a must-win match this early in the season, but if Spurs put out yet another unsatisfactory performance, the issue will only continue to grow.

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How to Watch

Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. ET, 3:00 p.m. BST
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, England
TV: Not televised (US/UK)
Streaming: NBC Sports Gold (USA), fubo.tv (free trial)

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