Results for Premier League Fixtures

Tottenham vs Liverpool vs Southampton

8:30 pm
The race for UEFA Europa League spots continue with sixth place now qualifying for the Third Qualifying Round. Chelsea won the League Cup and will qualify for the Champions League so the winners berth goes to the next highest in the Premier League.

There are 7 games to go with one point between the three teams, Spurs however, as expected, have the worst goal difference so may have to finish with one more point than Liverpool or Southampton.

Stoke City and Hull City have to face all three, Newcastle, Man City and Aston Villa to play two, all three to play Manchester City or Chelsea and Spurs to play Southampton away.

Tottenham Hotspur                 Liverpool                              Southampton
vs Aston Villa (h)                    vs Newcastle United (h)        vs Hull City (h)
vs Newcastle United (a)          vs Hull City (a)                      vs Stoke City (a)
vs Southampton (a)               vs WBA (a)                          vs Tottenham Hotspur (h)
vs Manchester City (h)            vs QPR (h)                           vs Sunderland (a)
vs Stoke City (a)                     vs Chelsea (a)                       vs Leicester City (a)
cs Hull City (h)                        vs Crystal Palace (h)             vs Aston Villa (h)

Final Day
vs Everton (a)                         vs Stoke City (a)                   vs Manchester City (a)

If we do not qualify then a whole set of players will probably not want to join us, preferring instead a club with European football. Also to keep players happy and playing regularly we need the midweek games it provides, why would a striker want to join us for instance, if Harry Kane is first choice for Premier League games? All that would leave them in the League Cup and FA Cup.

For our summer transfer activity we need the pull of European football.



Tottenham vs Liverpool vs Southampton Tottenham vs Liverpool vs Southampton Reviewed by THBlogNews on 8:30 pm Rating: 5

Spurs results before & after Europa League ties

10:27 pm
Tottenham struggled after Europa League games last season and new Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino will be looking to improve that.

Spurs results before & after Europa League ties


He will have to manage the workload of players, not something he has experienced yet, to avoid fatigue. There were games when the players simply looked tired.

Games after Europa League ties (Tottenham scores first)
Play-off and Group games results
Swansea City (h) 0-0/1-0 W
Arsenal (a) 0-1/0-1 L
Cardiff City (a) 0-0/1-0 W
West Ham United (h) 0-0/0-3 L
Hull City (h) 0-0/1-0 W
Newcastle United (h) 0-1/0-1 L
Manchester United (h) 1-1/2-2 D
Liverpool (h) 0-2/0-5 L

Play-off and Group games results summary
      P8 W3 D1 L4 F5 A12 GD-7 PTS 10/24
H - P6 W2 D1 L3 F4 A11 GD-7 PTS 7/18
A - P2 W1 D0 L1 F1 A1  GD 0 PTS 3/6

First half results summary
      P8 W0 D5 L3 F1 A5 GD-4 PTS 5/24
H - P6 W0 D4 L2 F1 A4 GD-3 PTS 4/18
A - P2 W0 D1 L1 F0 A1 GD-1 PTS 1/6

Second half results summary
      P8 W3 D3 L2 F4 A9 GD-5 PTS 12/24
H - P6 W2 D2 L2 F3 A9 GD-6 PTS 8/18
A - P2 W1 D1 L0 F1 A0 GD+1 PTS 4/6

Knock-out rounds results
Norwich City (a) 0-0/0-1 L
Cardiff City (h) 1-0/1-0 W
Arsenal (h) 0-1/0-1 L
Southampton (h) 1-2/3-2 W

Knock-out rounds results summary
      P4 W2 D0 L2 F4 A4 GD0 PTS 6/12
H - P3 W2 D0 L1 F4 A3 GD+1 PTS 6/9
A - P1 W0 D0 L1 F0 A1 GD-1 PTS 0/3

First half results summary
      P4 W1 D1 L2 F2 A3 GD-1 PTS 4/12
H - P3 W1 D0 L2 F2 A3 GD-1 PTS 3/9
A - P1 W0 D1 L0 F0 A0 GD 0 PTS 1/3

Second half results summary
      P4 W1 D2 L1 F2 A1 GD+1 PTS 5/12
H - P3 W1 D1 L1 F2 A0 GD+2 PTS 4/9
A - P1 W0 D1 L0 F0 A1 GD-1 PTS 1/3

Total Results summary (after Europa League games)
     P12 W5 D1 L6 F9 A16 GD-7 PTS 16/36
H - P9 W4 D0 L5 F8 A15 GD-7 PTS 12/27
A - P3 W1 D1 L1 F1 A1  GD 0 PTS 4/9

Below are the games we played before Europa League fixtures and the results achieved, some of the games appear in both the before and after lists.

Games before Europa League ties (Tottenham scores first)
Play-off and Group games results
Crystal Palace (a) 0-0/1-0 W
Swansea City (h) 0-0/1-0 W
Norwich City (h) 1-0/2-0 W
Chelsea (h) 1-0/1-1 D
Aston Villa (a) 1-0/2-0 W
Everton (a) 0-0/0-0 D
Manchester City (a) 0-3/0-6 L
Sunderland (a) 1-1/2-1 W

Play-off and Group games results summary
      P8 W5 D2 L1 F9 A8 GD+1 PTS 17/24
H - P3 W2 D0 L1 F4 A1 GD+3 PTS 6/9
A - P5 W3 D2 L0 F5 A7 GD-2 PTS 11/15

First half results summary
      P8 W3 D4 L1 F4 A4 GD 0 PTS 13/18
H - P3 W2 D1 L0 F2 A0 GD 0 PTS 7/9
A - P5 W1 D3 L1 F2 A4 GD-2 PTS 6/15

Second half results summary
      P8 W5 D1 L2 F5 A4 GD+1 PTS 16/24
H - P3 W2 D0 L1 F2 A1 GD+1 PTS 6/9
A - P5 W3 D1 L1 F3 A3 GD 0 PTS 10/15

Knock-out rounds results
Newcastle United (a) 1-0/4-0 W
Norwich City (a) 0-0/0-1 L
Chelsea (a) 0-0/0-4 L
Arsenal (h) 0-1/0-1 L

Knock-out rounds results summary
      P4 W1 D0 L3 F4 A6 GD-2 PTS 3/12
H - P1 W0 D0 L1 F0 A1 GD-1 PTS 0/3
A - P3 W1 D0 L2 F4 A5 GD-1 PTS 3/9

First half results summary
      P4 W1 D2 L1 F1 A1 GD 0 PTS 5/12
H - P1 W0 D0 L1 F0 A1 GD-1 PTS 0/3
A - P3 W1 D2 L0 F1 A0 GD+1 PTS 5/9

Second half results summary
      P4 W1 D1 L2 F3 A5 GD-2 PTS 4/12
H - P1 W0 D1 L0 F0 A0 GD 0 PTS 1/3
A - P3 W1 D0 L2 F3 A5 GD-2 PTS 3/9

Total Results summary (before Europa League games)
     P12 W6 D2 L4 F13 A14 GD-1 PTS 20/36
H - P4 W2 D0 L2 F4 A2 GD+2 PTS 6/12
A - P8 W4 D2 L2 F9 A12 GD-3 PTS 14/24


2014/15 Season
For the forthcoming season 2014/15 our games after Europa League Group ties, assuming we get through the play-off round, are:
QPR (h)
Liverpool (a)
WBA (h)
Southampton (h)
Newcastle United (h)
Stoke City (h)
Everton (h)
Swansea City (a)

If we make it out the group then after the Round of 32 it would be:
West Ham United (h)
QPR (a)

After the Round of 16 it would be:
Manchester United (a)
Leicester City (h)

If we make it to the quarter-finals it would be:
Newcastle United (a)
Southampton (a)

If we made it to the semi-finals it would be:
Stoke City (a)
Hull City (h)





Spurs results before & after Europa League ties Spurs results before & after Europa League ties Reviewed by THBlogNews on 10:27 pm Rating: 5

March - The season defining month

9:01 pm
For Tottenham Hotspur March will define their season, it will all be decided in three crucial games.

Sunday 2nd Tottenham v Cardiff 4.30pm
Saturday 8th Chelsea v Tottenham 5.30pm
Sunday 16th Tottenham v Arsenal 4pm
Sunday 23rd Tottenham v Southampton 1.30pm
Sunday 30th Liverpool v Tottenham 4pm

Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool all in the space of a month, Saturday 8th, Sunday 16th and Sunday 30th.

Two away, where we are better and one at home. Tim Sherwood has Spurs playing an attacking brand of football but that does leave us open to being attacked ourselves. We do give the opposition the chance to score and sides of the quality of these three you would expect to take their chances.

We score goals but do we score enough to beat three of the top four? Liverpool are prolific at home and thrashed us at White Hart Lane under Andre Villas-Boas. In the recent cup tie against Arsenal, they coasted it and we looked distinctly second best. Chelsea are top of the table so according to that a better team than these two.

Three defeats and Champions League football has gone. Liverpool have the easiest run-in of the top clubs so it is imperative that we come out of March better off than we are now, 6 points behind Liverpool, 7 if you appreciate being level on points isn't good enough.

That is probably going to take two victories in those games which may well mean us playing a game that allows them chances. Tim is not adverse to a risk it seems and a risky brand of football may be needed. What was served up to beat Everton simply won't be good enough. Keeping sides out and getting a draw is likely to lose us 2 points on Liverpool so by the time we play them there may well be a gap.

We simply have to create chances which will leave us vulnerable on the counter-attack. Dnipro showed how fast asleep some of our players can be. Danny Rose was dreadful and tracking back the way he did in that game will see chances galore being created down our left.

It is a month to keep the fingers crossed, a month to hope. To be brutally honest we don't look like a top four team, we are hanging on but our grip could begin to slip.

Teams rarely win at the Bridge so a point may be the best we can expect. That means the Cardiff game is a must win and probably the Arsenal game as well.

A look at the Liverpool fixtures shows home games against Chelsea and Man City as well as ourselves and an away trip to Manchester United which hardly hold the fears it once did. Apart from that they have to play Southampton, Cardiff, West Ham, Norwich City and Crystal Palace away with home ties against North East rivals Sunderland and Newcastle.

Apart from our March fixtures we have Sunderland, Fulham and Aston Villa at home with away games at WBA, Stoke City and West Ham.

Arsenal too have a tough set of fixtures though with Stoke, ourselves and Chelsea their next three fixtures all away before Man City at home then Everton away, followed by West Ham at home, Hull away, Newcastle at home, WBA at home and Norwich City away.

Man City have away ties to play at Hull, Man U, Arsenal, Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Everton with home fixtures against Fulham, Southampton, WBA, Aston Villa and West Ham to play.

Chelsea have Fulham, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Swansea, Liverpool and Cardiff to play away with home fixtures remaining against ourselves, Arsenal, Stoke City, Sunderland and Norwich City.

It's Chelsea's title to lose, Man City hot on their heels with Arsenal you'd think finishing third leaving Liverpool and Spurs fighting for the remaining place you'd say looking at the fixtures.

Plenty of ups and downs to go, let's hope there are more ups than down and that we grab that elusive Champions League place.

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Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur stats

10:00 am
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur stats
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur



Season: 2013-2014
Game 1Sunday 18 August 2013
13:30 Crystal Palace v Tottenham (Sky) - Promoted

Match Statistics

  • Palace have found the net in all but one of their previous eight Premier League fixtures against Spurs.
  • Tottenham have only won two of their last 12 opening Barclays Premier League games (D4 L6).
  • Spurs lost their last Premier League game against Crystal Palace; 0-3 in January 2005 at Selhurst Park.
  • The Eagles have lost only one of their last six Premier League games against Spurs.
  • Both Palace and their opponents have scored in all four of the Eagle’s previous opening day fixtures in the Premier League.
  • Against no other side have Palace scored more Premier League goals than they have managed against Spurs (10).
  • This will be the 16th time Tottenham have played away from home in their opening Premier League game, a competition-record.
  • The Eagles won 16 penalties in the Championship last season, including the one in the playoff final that took them to the Premier League. This was more than any other side.
  • The last time Crystal Palace opened up a Premier League campaign on home soil, they were beaten 1-6 by Liverpool.
  • Palace striker Glenn Murray scored more goals than any other player in the Championship in 2012-13 (30) but sustained a serious knee injury in the playoffs.

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Opening Day Fixtures Arsenal 14 Spurs 6

8:30 pm
First game of the season stats suggest we have been a little hard done by over the years, is that because Arsenal get preferential treatment from the Premier League with 14 home games in 21 seasons?

Since the Premier League started in 1992-93 we have only been given 6 opening game home fixtures
W2 D2 L1 F6 A5

We have only had 2 home fixtures in the last 9 years and only 3 in the last 12 years.

Our overall record in the Premier League era in the first game of the season is: W6 D6 L9 F21 A26

The teams we have beaten are: 
Newcastle United
Sheffield Wednesday
Blackburn Rovers
Ipswich Town
Portsmouth
Liverpool

We have drawn against: 
Southampton
Manchester City (twice)
Aston Villa
Everton
Liverpool

We have lost against: 
Manchester United (twice)
Wimbledon
West Ham United
Birmingham City
Bolton Wanderers
Sunderland
Middlesbrough
Newcastle United

Perhaps to balance it out we might actually be awarded a penalty this year!




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Premier League Season Opener Against Manchester City

12:06 pm
Our season as one of the recognised Top Four™ kicks off against Manchester City at White Hart Lane on Saturday, 14th August 2010.

That's a nice and easy one to get off to...

Looking down the fixtures list, we don't get to play a Top Four™ side until 30th October, where we play Manchester United up at Old Trafford.

The good news is that the fixtures are fairly ordered for a change. You won't see us playing the top 3 in quick succession. In fact, in the first 5 matches after the City game, we get to play all the W's (Wigan, at home, 28th August | West Brom, away, 11th September | Wolves, at home, 18th September | West Ham, away on 25th September).

For more news on all the 2010/2011 Premier League Fixtures, go to the Tottenham Official Site.

When you're there, make a note of how many points you think we'll be on up until the end of September 2010.

Here's my prediction:

Manchester City | Home | Win
Stoke | Away | Win
Wigan | Home | Win
West Brom | Away | Draw
Wolves | Home | Win
West Ham | Away | Draw

Total Predicted Points: 14.


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