Match today: Tottenham vs Glasgow Rangers 07-23-2022 Friendly match
Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur will compete for the Walter Toll Memorial Cup on Saturday afternoon when they meet in Glasgow. The hosts scored a 3-1 win over West Ham United in their last pre-season game on Tuesday, while Tottenham drew 1-1 with Sevilla in their second friendly match of the summer on Saturday. Rangers began their preparations for the 2022-23 season with a 2-1 win over Blackpool in July 16 before losing 3-1 to West Ham in their second friendly match of the summer on Tuesday. Tom Lawrence, Ryan Kent and Rabbi Matondo were on the list against the Hammers, the team now to the Premier League double by beating Antonio Conte's side This match will mark the end of the team's preparations for the new campaign, as the Scottish Premier League season begins away from its stadium against Livingstone on July 30.
Tottenham vs Glasgow Rangers
Rangers meanwhile have been busy this summer in terms of signings, bringing in Ben Davies, Matondo, Antonio Colak, Lawrence, John Sutter and Tillman owner Calvin Basie the first team departure, moving to Ajax for a fee of more than £20m and Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side will once again be looking to battle Celtic win the Scottish Premier League next season with the hoops ending four points clear at the top of the last summit. Meanwhile, Tottenham have played two pre-season games this summer, winning 6-3 over the K-League squad on July 13 before tying 1-1 with Sevilla three days later Tottenham will now continue their preparations for the new campaign with a friendly match at Ibrox, while their last pre-season match will be against Italian giants AS Roma on July 30.
Glasgow Rangers vs Tottenham
Relatively speaking, Conte's side won't play much football before the new Premier League season and it remains to be seen if they hit the ground running with the capital's side, Southampton, in the opening match on August 6. Tottenham, who finished fourth in the Premier League table last season, have been busy over the summer bringing in Richarlison, Yves Bisuma, Jed Spence, Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster, while Clement Lenglet arrived on a season-long loan from Barcelona. Kane and Son Heung-min this summer, Conte's side will believe they can get close to the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool and the duo will likely once again battle for the Premier League title.