fun88 เข้าไม่ได้ St James Park could make for an eerily quiet place come Sunday evening, with many home fans expected to boycott the match in protest over the ambition of club chairman Mike Ashley.
The highest scoring tie between these two sides came in a 7-2 Newcastle United win at St James Park in 1951.
Tottenham 1 (Adebayor) Newcastle 2 (Ameobi, Pérez) Premier League, October 2014
Draw – 3.4
14 of Tottenham’s goals this season have come from set-pieces, whereas Newcastle have registered just five.
Newcastle will be without midfield stalwart Moussa Sissoko, with the Frenchman suspended after seeing red following a lunge on Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva on Monday night. With the Premier League’s joint leading goalscorer Harry Kane failing to find the net on both these occasions, the Englishman will be keen to pick up where he left off with a hatrick against Leicester City in March and finish his remarkable individual season in style.
ODDS…. Papiss Cisse is also serving suspension while winger Rolando Aarons will be watching from the stands – the England u20 international expected to miss the rest of the season following a hamstring injury. The Magpies’ Steven Taylor, Paul Dummett, Massadio Haidara, Cheick Tiote and Siem de Jong are also sidelined with injuries.
Tottenham 4 (Bentaleb, Chadli, Kane, Soldado) Newcastle 0 League Cup, December 2014
Newcastle to win – 3.25
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Newcastle 0 Tottenham 4 (Adebayor (2) Paulinho, Chadli) Premier League February 2014
Tottenham to win – 2.25
This season Tottenham have averaged 14 shots per game compared to 12 of Newcastle.
KICK OFF: Sunday, 4pm
Spurs will be hoping to capitalise upon Newcastle’s ill fortunes to reignite their own campaign, after suffering a recent defeat to Aston Villa and being held 0-0 by strugglers Burnley within the last month
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