Tottenham Hotspur vs Huddersfield Town - Match Thread

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SPURS 2-0 HUDDERSFIELD[prebreak][/prebreak]
Son (2) [prebreak][/prebreak]
Spurs:Lloris (c), Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Dembele (Sissoko), Eriksen, Dele (Lucas), Son (Lamela), Kane.

Huddersfield:

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82 mins Sub: Depoitre for Hogg.
81 mins Sub: Lucas for Dele
75 mins Sub: Sissoko for Dembele
69 mins Sub: Lamela for Son
53 mins GOAL Spurs 2-0 Huddersfield : Son

Kane collects it wide on the right, tightly marked, he delivers a raking cross into the box that bounces in the middle, Son has made the run and he heads it back across Lossl and into the net. Well taken!
45 mins Sub: Billing for Pritchard.
31 mins Sub: Ince for Quaner
26 mins GOAL Spurs 1-0 Huddersfield : Son
Came from Huddersfield's throw-in, we won it on the right, Kane chested into the path of Dele who found Son in acres of space on the left side, he ran on, carried it around Lossl and drilled low into the corner.
19 mins Yellow Card: Dele for foul on Quaner

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Match:
English Premier League - Match day 29

When: Saturday, 3rd March 2018

Kick Off : 1500 hrs

Referee: Mike Jones

Team Form: (All Competitions) Spurs WDDWW Huddersfield LWWLW

We are unbeaten in six games in all competitions against Huddersfield (W3 D3), since a 1-2 home defeat in April 1956. They haven't lost both league meetings with Spurs in a single season since the1953-54 top flight campaign, though this is only the fifth campaign they have met us since.

We are unbeaten in our last 33 premiers league games against newly promoted sides (W31 D2) since a 0-1 loss at QPR in April 2012. We have won our last 15 in a row against promoted sides, the 3rd longest stretch such run in EPL history (Chelsea 27 between 2002 and 2006 and Manu 17 between 2006 and 2009).

Huddersfield aka The Terriers, are unbeaten in their last 4 competitive visits to Wembley (W1 D3), with the last two finishing 0-0, both of which they won on penalties. They are looking to secure 3 consecutive EPL wins for the first time this season, last doing so within a single top-flight season in April 1956 (four in a row).

We are currently enjoying the EPL longest unbeaten run this season (10 games- W7 D3 L0), last losing to Man City in December. Since the start of last season, we have lost just one of our 33 EPL home games, picking up 84 points from those games, more than any other sides (W26 D6 L1).

Harry Kane's 24 EPL goals for us this season have been worth 14 points, the most of any player in 2017/18. If Harry scores, he will be the 3rd player to have scored 25+ goals in three consecutive EPL campaigns, after Shearer (Four seasons between 93/94 to 96/97) and Henry (Three seasons between 03/04 to 05/06).
 
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We are currently enjoying the EPL longest unbeaten run this season (10 games- W7 D3 L0), last losing to Man City in December. Since the start of last season, we have lost just one of our 33 EPL home games, picking up 84 points from those games, more than any other sides (W26 D6 L1).
Man City, surely?
 

onlyonekeano

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We have won our last 15 in a row against promoted sides, the 3rd longest stretch such run in EPL history (Chelsea 27 between 2002 and 2006 and Manu 17 between 2006 and 2009).
Amazing statistic - a great indicator of having the right mentality throughout the squad.
 

doctor stefan Freud

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Nice to have a 3 pm ko. After the Palace hair pulling, eyelid ripping fest, I hope this week sees us return to the vim and verve of our best football. Kane hat trick and a Sissoko off the left ear lobe bundle will see us good
 

doctor stefan Freud

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The four year old just slapped this down in front of me and wants it built imminently. I've got two and a half hours before I give up and listen to the game. Given that my fine and spatial motor skills are less evolved than a lobotomised simian, I'd say things could get dicey with the wee man
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mckenz

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The four year old just slapped this down in front of me and wants it built imminently. I've got two and a half hours before I give up and listen to the game. Given that my fine and spatial motor skills are less evolved than a lobotomised simian, I'd say things could get dicey with the wee man
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It's for 3+



you could be in trouble here


I suggest gaff tape and don't look at the picture
 
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