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    Post by vis on Wed Feb 12 2014, 11:07

    Newcastle  230px-Newcastle_United_Logo.svg  Versus  Newcastle  150px-Tottenham_Hotspur.svg

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    Wednesday 12th February 2014.
    Kick-Off @ 1945hrs GMT.


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    Post by vis on Thu Feb 13 2014, 01:42

    TEAM NEWS

    Newcastle have injury concerns over seven players: Fabricio Coloccini, Mathieu Debuchy, Cheick Tiote, Gabriel Obertan, Gael Bigirimana, Yoan Gouffran and Papiss Cisse.

    Leading goalscorer Loic Remy completes his three-match ban.

    Tottenham's Andros Townsend could make his first start for eight weeks after returning from a hamstring injury as a substitute against Everton on Sunday.

    Erik Lamela, Vlad Chiriches and Sandro remain sidelined because of injury.
    MATCH PREVIEW

    It wasn't that long ago that Newcastle United looked like Champions League contenders. However, the sale of Yohan Cabaye and a lack of goals amidst a drop in form has seen them fall away.

    Tottenham remain at the forefront of the chasing pack for a top four place and will hope goalkeeper Tim Krul isn't as formidable as he was at White Hart Lane earlier in the season.

    Alan Pardew hailed the Dutchman's heroics in November as he produced an outstanding display with save after save as Newcastle nicked a 1-0 win in North London.

    He could be in for a busy night as Spurs carry a real threat away from home and boast the joint best away record in the top flight with neighbours Arsenal.

    How Newcastle would welcome another clean sheet, because the last at St James' Park was eight matches ago in November.

    A lack of clean sheets is also a stain on Tottenham's travels; they have failed to keep one in their last seven on the road but at least they are picking up points. Since they shipped six goals at Manchester City, Spurs have gone undefeated in six away fixtures in the Premier League.

    Tottenham's scouting dossiers will have highlighted a lack of goals from Alan Pardew's team but also in their archives they will have the lowdown on Luuk de Jong. The Dutch striker, who will lead Newcastle's attack in the absence of Loic Remy, was heavily linked with a move to White Hart Lane during his time at Twente.

    Tim Sherwood predicts his team cannot afford to lose more than four more matches if they are to remain in contention for a Champions League place. Buoyed by Sunday's fortuitous victory over Everton, Spurs will travel to the north east with encouragement but, despite Newcastle's poor form, they won't be lulled into taking anything for granted.
    MATCH FACTS

    Head-to-head

    Tottenham have not won a Premier League game at Newcastle in seven attempts since Thimothee Atouba gave them a 1-0 win in August 2004. Spurs were also victorious at St James' Park in a League Cup third-round tie in 2008.
    Newcastle's 1-0 win at White Hart Lane this season was the first time in nine games that the away side had prevailed in matches between these sides.

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    Newcastle have lost their last three league matches at St James' Park. They have not lost four in a row at home since 1987.
    They have gone seven league games without a clean sheet at home.
    Alan Pardew's side have only won one of their last seven league matches, failing to score in the other six.
    They have had just eight goalscorers in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other side.

    Tottenham

    Spurs have won six and lost just one of their nine league games under Tim Sherwood, taking 19 points out of 27. Only Chelsea have earned more points in the same period.
    Tottenham are two points better off than at the same stage last season, when they went on to record the most points (72) by a team finishing fifth in a 38-game top-flight campaign.
    They have lost just two of their 12 Premier League away games this season.
    Emmanuel Adebayor has scored six goals in 10 Premier League appearances this season, one goal more than he managed in 25 matches in 2012-13.
    Jermain Defoe has scored on his last two league appearances at St James' Park.


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    Newcastle  Empty Re: Newcastle

    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 13 2014, 05:04

    we dont tend to do well here. i remember one game a few years back we was winning 1 0 then duff comes off the bench and scores against us with a few minuets left.

    newcastle have a lot of players out so a good time to play them
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    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 13 2014, 05:58

    ottenham Hotspur

    25 Lloris
    02 Walker
    16 Naughton
    42 Bentaleb
    04 Kaboul
    05 Vertonghen
    07 Lennon
    15 Capoue
    10 Adebayor
    08 Paulinho
    19 Dembélé

    Substitutes

    09 Soldado
    17 Townsend
    20 Dawson
    21 Chadli
    23 Eriksen
    24 Friedel
    37 Kane
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    Post by BazSpur on Thu Feb 13 2014, 09:37

    Great result. Makes up for the game we should have won at the Lane, when their Goalie became super man lol.


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    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 13 2014, 09:41

    another 2 goals from ade.
    superb saves from lloris
    bentalob superb yet still loads of spurs fans want him dropped.

    loads of fans thought we lose 3 0 tonight after seeing the line up.


    23 points from 30 for tim since hes taken over.
    maybe people should now give him a chance.
    no manager has taken more points in that time

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