It was the perfect end to 2021/22 for Tottenham Hotspur as Antonio Conte’s men secured qualification for this season’s Champions League.

Throw in the fact that Spurs beat arch rivals Arsenal to fourth spot and it was the sweetest of endings to the campaign – and optimism is high ahead of 2022/23.

Priced at 14/1 in Premier League betting odds for a shock title triumph, Spurs are dark horses this term and a fast start to the season will be key for momentum.

It’s time to get stuck into our Tottenham season preview for 2022/23. Where will the north London side finish come the end of the campaign? Only time will tell…

Astute Moves In Transfer Window

If you were grading summer transfer windows, Spurs would be awarded an A+. It has certainly been a successful summer off the pitch at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Richarlison, Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster will all bring unique skills to the club this season and fans are hopeful of a trophy-winning campaign.

The players bought into Conte’s system and the signs are promising for Tottenham to lay the foundations for long term success – whether that’s under the Italian or not.

Ranked high on our best Premier League away days list, travelling fans may be heading home dissatisfied if Spurs live up to the hype in 2022/23.

Underrated Son To Thrive Again

Heung-Min Son shared the Premier League Golden Boot award last season and we should expect the South Korean to score plenty of goals again this term.

Arguably the most underrated player in the Premier League era, it is about time Son was given the recognition that he deserves.

Tottenham star Heung Min Son

Son has topped the 10 goals mark in each of the last six seasons but he has averaged 20 goals a season over the last two – making him one of the most prolific players around.

Alongside Harry Kane, Son is part of what is arguably the best duo in the Premier League and those two will once again be key to Tottenham’s success.

How Can Tottenham Improve?

It is difficult to judge a successful season for Spurs this term – will third place suffice? Is a trophy an absolute requirement given how much they’ve spent?

Conte has done a fantastic job since taking over at the club but ambitions are higher than ever and Tottenham fans are now dreaming of silverware.

A third place finish is well within reach but qualifying for the Champions League and winning a first major trophy since 2007/08 would certainly go down well with supporters.

Since lifting the League Cup in 2008, Spurs have competed in four major finals and finished second best in all four. Something simply has to change…

Tottenham Prediction For 2022/23:

When you’ve got the likes of Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son at your disposal, anything is possible and I fancy Spurs to finish in the top three this season.

If you’re looking at football betting online odds for the top scorer award, look no further than Kane at 6/1 – year after year he is almost ignored in the markets.

Add in an FA Cup triumph or a League Cup success and that would constitute a very good season for the north London side.

Tottenham Premier League prediction: Third place

*Credit for all of the photos in this article belongs to AP Photo*


FIRST PUBLISHED: 15th July 2022

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Alex McMahon Sport

Alex is a sports betting tipster, specialising in Premier League football, the Champions League and horse racing.

He loves placing a weekly accumulator on the football at the weekend and dreams of landing the big winner that will take him back to Las Vegas.

As well as writing sports betting tips for 888sport since 2015, Alex has produced content for several international media companies, such as and The SPORTBible.