The former Chelsea boss will hope for more luck away from the pressure of an expectant home crowd, as his side travel to newly-promoted Reading.
Spurs are favourites to get a first win under their belts at the Madejski Stadium, with Paddy Power offering even money (2.00) on an away victory.
Reading are also searching for their first three points of the Premier League campaign, although they have only played two games so far due to the postponement of their clash with Sunderland.
Brian McDermott's men may have to wait a bit longer for their first win, as they are are underdogs at 11/4 (3.75) in this game.
Late equalisers have cost Spurs two points in each of their last two matches, and you can get odds of 12/5 (3.40) on another stalemate taking place on Sunday.
The Londoners are not the only ones providing late drama, however, as both of Reading's Premier League games so far have included last minute goals.
With the fear of conceding sure to pray on the players' minds in the latter stages of this match, odds of 10/11 (1.91) on a goal going in after the 73rd minute are surely too good to pass up.
That bet would have paid out in all five league games featuring these two sides this season.
Of course, the Tottenham starting line-up should have a rather different look to the team that took to the field against Norwich, with a number of new signings now eligible to start following late moves.
One of those is Clint Dempsey, who Spurs dramatically snapped up from under the noses of Liverpool on transfer deadline day.
The USA international struck 17 times for Fulham last season, and should bring some valuable cutting edge to the Tottenham side.
At odds of 7/1 (8.00), it is worth having a gamble on the forward replicating Moussa Dembele and opening the scoring on debut for his new club.
|Goal after the 73rd minute at 10/11 (1.91) with Paddy Power
||Clint Dempsey to score first at 7/1 (8.00) with Paddy Power
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