Following a famous 3-1 win against reigning European champions Real Madrid, Spurs will look to get their league title bid back on track against Crystal Palace today.
After a disappointing defeat away at Old Trafford last weekend brought Tottenham’s seven-game unbeaten run to close, fans will be hoping Crystal Palace make far easier opponents today.
The Eagles have lost all of their away games this season, but four points from the last three games – including a shock win at home against Chelsea – has provided hope.
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Spurs come into the game having won seven of their last matches, drawn two and lost one. Palace’s record makes less pleasant reading for fans, with a record across the last ten games that has seen them lose seven, draw one and win two.
As would be expected, Spurs have scored far more goals across the period – hitting the net 22 times as compared to Palace’s six goals across the last ten games.
Tottenham have also conceded far fewer goals than their London neighbours – a tally of just nine compared to Palace’s 21.
Spurs enjoy much better luck in front of goal, with 21% of the side’s shots converting compared to goals, as compared to Palace’s 5%.