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Sunday, 15 January 2017

Chart shows what a healthy position Spurs are in fixture wise



Spurs-in-a-healthy-position
Spurs home form on the rise

Our form over the last 10 matches, as the image above shows, has taken a decided turn for the better.

The table below gives a very simple showing of who we have played, where they are in the league and future fixture dates. By the 11th February, we will have played Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City twice with just Arsenal and Manchester United both to play at home, where currently we are the best team in the Premier League. 

You'll note that currently we only have three away games against teams in the top ten, two of those coming up shortly. We have the bottom four to play away from home and against teams in the lower half of the table we have won 8 and drawn 2.

 HomeAway
1Chelsea2 - 02 - 1
2Tottenham
3Arsenal29 Apr1 - 1
4Liverpool1 - 111 Feb
5Manchester City2 - 021 Jan
6Manchester Utd13 May1 - 0
7Everton4 Mar1 - 1
8West Bromwich4 - 01 - 1
9Stoke City25 Feb0 - 4
10Burnley2 - 11 Apr
11Bournemouth15 Apr0 - 0
12West Ham Utd3 - 26 May
13Southampton18 Mar1 - 4
14Watford8 Apr1 - 4
15Leicester City1 - 122 Apr
16Middlesbrough4 Feb1 - 2
17Crystal Palace1 - 011 Mar
18Hull City3 - 021 May
19Sunderland1 - 031 Jan
20Swansea City5 - 04 Apr

We have lost one game at home in a year, winning 19.
P19 W15 D3 L1 F42 A12 
48/57 Points.

This season we have won 9 and drawn 2 and have scored first in 8 games, only Burnley better that, they have scored first in 10 of their 12 home games.

Jan Vertonghen will be a loss but it is a squad game and we will have to cope without him, time for Ben Davies or Kevin Wimmer to step up to the plate.


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