After playing a draw in the first preseason friendly against Seattle Sounders FC, Tottenham are ready to face another Major League Soccer (MLS) side Toronto FC on Wednesday night.
Spurs took the lead against Seattle in the 12th minute when Lewis Holtby opened the scoring but Roberto Soldado equalised for the home side and then Tristan Bowen put Rave Greens in the lead.
The North Londoners levelled the scoreline through Iago Falque but Tristan Bowen made it 3-2 for the hosts. Falque again helped Spurs draw parity as the match ended in an entertaining 3-3 draw.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino was pleased with his team's performance in the first friendly and said that they are on the right track to challenge for the title in the upcoming English Premier League season.
"I knew from the first day I came here that Spurs are a big club," Pochettino said. "My challenge is to win the Premier League... eventually. This is our goal, to win the title one day.
"Our target at the moment is to provide a team capable of creating our philosophy on the pitch. To develop and improve the style of football we want to play."
Pochettino said coming to the United States in the middle of preseason is difficult but the team is looking forward to improving their performance.
"For us it's difficult to play tomorrow because we are at a different period in our preparation, but it's good for our fans and to improve our performance," Pochettino added.
Pochettino also said that right-back Kyle Walker, who is out of action since March because of a groin injury, could take the field against Toronto.
"It's possible that he will play 45 minutes tomorrow," he added. "We want to see in the last training session today before the game that he is getting better, but we think its very possible that he plays 45 minutes."
Toronto are currently in third position in the MLS Eastern Conference standings behind DC United and their midfielder Michael Bradley feels that playing against Premier League sides will help the team but added that the match could have been organised at a better time.
Bradley, who briefly played for Aston Villa in the Premier League, was referring to his team's packed MLS schedule. The Reds have to play seven matches this month, which is one-fifth of their MLS schedule.
"The reality is still that these games are important for the league," said Bradley. "Certainly the timing isn't the best, and in a month now where we're playing a lot of games and now that you throw in a few injuries, it's easy to look and say that it's not the perfect day to be playing a friendly.
"But still when you look at it from the other side, it's a great chance for our younger players and really for every guy to have 45, 60, 90 minutes against one of the best team in the Premiership."
Where to Watch Live:
The match between Toronto FC and Tottenham Hotspur will start at 7:00 pm ET (12:00 am BST and 4.30 am IST) with the live streaming option HERE. UK viewers can catch the live coverage on BT Sport 2 and also watch the preseason friendly live HERE or listen to the action HERE.
ESPN2 will telecast the match live in the United States with live streaming option HERE. Viewers can see the action live on TSN in Canada or listen live commentary live HERE. The match can be live streamed HERE or HERE. Watch the match in Australia on ESPN Australia live with online streaming option HERE.