Newcastle vs Tottenham Hotspur – Match preview, Team News, lineups, H2H & Match Stats
Tottenham Hotspur will be travelling to face Newcastle at home in must win match for them in other to boost their Champions league chance.
Tottenham have in a good form since their main man Harry Kane return from injury, they have one four at of five premier league at this time.
The race for top four is still much intact for Jose Mourinho’s side, a win for them in today’s match will see them move to the fourth spot level on point with Chelsea.
Newcastle have been in a very bad form, having three points at of possible fifteen in their last five Premier league match.
They are two point above relegation and they will be hoping to get something out of today’s match.
Newcastle : Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson are till out of today’s match, but they might be back before the end of the month.
Tottenham : Son Heung-min and Ben Davies won’t be available to play in today’s match.
2020-09-20 Tottenham 1-1 Newcastle
2020-07-15 Newcastle 1-3 Tottenham
2019-08-25 Tottenham 3-1 Newcastle
2019-02-02 Tottenham 3-1 Newcastle
2018-08-11 Newcastle 1-2 Tottenham
- Newcastle have lost five of their last six Premier League home games against Tottenham (W1), more than they had in their previous 26 against them in the top-flight (W13 D9 L4).
- Tottenham have won each of their last three Premier League away games against Newcastle, since a 1-5 loss on the final day of the 2015-16 campaign. They’ve never won four consecutive away league games against the Magpies.
- No team has both scored and conceded in more different Premier League home games this season than Newcastle (11). Indeed, each of the Magpies’ six Premier League home games in 2021 has seen both teams score.
- Since winning back-to-back league games against Crystal Palace and West Brom, Newcastle have won just two of their last 18 Premier League games (D5 L11). The Magpies have picked up fewer points in this period than any other Premier League side (11).
- Tottenham have won four of their last five Premier League matches (L1), as many as they had in their previous 15 in the competition (D4 L7). Away from home, Spurs have won two of their last three league games (L1), more than in their previous eight on the road (W1 D3 L4).