Tottenham must aim to make it four wins on the spin as they face a quality Watford team this weekend.
Both teams are tied on nine points and this match will certainly be one to keep an eye on. Spurs were brilliant in their 3-0 hammering of Manchester United in the previous game.
Harry Kane opened the scoring at Old Trafford and the Englishman must add to his tally of two goals this season.
Another player that has started the season brightly is Lucas Moura. The Brazilian was in fine touch as he bagged a brace in our previous outing and should partner Kane in the attack.
There was a surprise in our line-up last time as Danny Rose received a start. The Englishman’s place was taken up by Ben Davies last season but Rose got the nod at Old Trafford.
The left-back did have a scary moment when he let Romelu Lukaku through on goal and hopefully, an occurrence of the same won’t take place at Vicarage Road.
Toby Alderweireld did a pretty good job at Old Trafford too and the Belgian will have a crucial role in maintaining back-to-back clean sheets.
Watford will not be an easy place to visit but if we play to our best ability, three points should be in the bag on Sunday.