Tottenham Hotspur are looking to continue their excellent start to the Premier League season under Ange Postecoglou this weekend as they face Sheffield United.
Tottenham Hotspur currently sit 2nd in the Premier League with three wins and one draw from their first four games of the season.
Tottenham began their campaign with a 2-2 draw away at Brentford before cruising to wins against Manchester United and Bournemouth by two goals to nil followed by a 5-2 battering of Burnley at Turf Moor.
It's been a dream start to life in London for Ange Postecoglou who has transformed Tottenham from an uninspiring eyesore to one of the most entertaining watches in the league in a short period of time.
The recruitment of James Maddison has been a huge aid to Postecoglou's attempts to revamp Tottenham's style of play from a transition-based formula to a more possession oriented setup but his utilisation of Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr, two players who were available but unused for the entirety of last season, has also been a driving factor.
Spurs' last game saw them leather Burnley 5-2 with Son Heung-min netting a much-needed hat-trick after starting the game up front, and the South Korean has been in dire need of such a potentially inspiring game given his struggles for form over the past year, but having been moved from the left wing to centre forward for the game at Turf Moor it could eventually prove that a simple change change of position turns out to be what he needed to help push him back towards his best form again.
It's hard to see Tottenham losing this one as they face a side newly promoted to the league without a win thus far.
Sheffield United currently sit 17th in the Premier League with one draw and three losses from their first four games of the season.
Sheffield United kicked off proceedings with a 0-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on the opening weekend before falling to consecutive 2-1 losses against Nottingham Forest and Manchester City.
They did chalk their first points of the season on the board against Everton in their most recent game in a 2-2 draw and having delivered a solid performance at Bramall Lane they will be hoping that game acts as the catalyst for a sustained improvement in their form.
The Blades had a very underwhelming transfer window right up until the back end of August when the signings of Gustavo Hamer, Cameron Archer and James McAtee injected a level of optimism into a fanbase that had hitherto been ambivalent about their prospects in the Premier League this season.
Hamer scored on his debut in the unfortunate loss to Nottingham Forest while Archer, one week later on his debut, bagged a brace - not technically, but nearly - in the 2-2 draw against Everton last time out.
Having a striker that can reliably score is a huge part of what is required to stay in the Premier League and everything Archer has done in his senior career thus far has suggested that he has a real knack for finding the back of the net, regardless of what level he's playing at.
This is an exceptionally tough game for The Blades and their winless streak will likely be extended, but if they can deliver an encouraging performance they can use the positives from the encounter to help propel them towards a win next time out.
For our Tottenham vs. Sheffield United prediction, we're going for a 3-1 win for the home side.