To get the lowdown on Albion's opponents Tottenham, I spoke to William Furness, who is the Spurs editor at

What have you made of Tottenham’s start to the season?

It’s hard to analyse.

Overall, it’s been very impressive and performances have usually been very good.

But at home, they have yet to achieve a win and have let games slip like Newcastle and West Ham.

Overall, Harry Kane and Heung-min Son’s partnership as well as the new-look midfield are making this team a scary prospect and we have seen that on occasions already this season.

Do you feel they have strengthened enough in the transfer window?

Yes, without doubt. This transfer window has been one of the best in recent history for Spurs.

So many gaps have been plugged throughout the pitch, and the starting XI looks much better than it did last season.

Gareth Bale coming back was an incredibly emotive signing that has given everyone associated with the club a massive boost.

Do you think they have sorted their defensive issues enough in the transfer window?

A top-quality centre half would have made the window a 10/10 for fans.

However, they have improved their defense this window.

Matt Doherty and Sergio Reguilon (below) represent great quality at full-back, but they are more well-renowned for their presence going forward.

The Argus:

Joe Rodon was brought in at centre-back, but he is not quite ready to make the jump into the starting XI just yet.

There are definitely still issues at the back that could be exploited.

Where do you think they will finish this season?

Many people have hinted at a possible title charge due to the season looking like it is wide open and given Spurs start to the season.

But the feeling is that a top four place feels a more realistic option for Jose Mourinho’s side, with a possible trophy hunt in a cup competition.

How will they lineup?

Lloris, Doherty, Sanchez, Dier, Reguilon: Hojbjerg, Sissoko, Ndombele: Lucas, Son, Kane.

What will the score be?

A hard fought 2-1 win for Spurs.