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One of the strongest team in the Premier League will go up against the weakest side next week, as Tottenham Hotspur will visit Sunderland on the evening of January 31st. The match will be played in the Stadium of Light.
Spurs have dropped down to the third place in the table - courtesy of a 2-2 draw against Manchester City. Despite that, they are still a point behind Arsenal and are still in the race for a top three finish. They have been in a phenomenal form off lately, as they have scored a minimum of two goals in their last seven matches.
Dele Alli and Harry Kane have been tearing apart the opposition's defense, with a total of 24 goals between them. Against Sunderland, one can expect them to continue playing in the same rhythm.
Things haven't been going right for the Black Cats. While Spurs have scoring a minimum of two goals, Sunderland have been conceding same number of goals in their last five matches. Off lately, they have lost to Stoke City with 3-1, which they followed with a 2-0 defeat against West Bromwich Albion. This is definitely going to be an easy win for the Spurs. Hugo Lloris will fancy his chances for another clean sheet here.
Sunderland will host Tottenham Hotspurs at the Stadium of Light on Sunday 13 September 2015 13:30 hours BST in what could be a thrilling game given the form of both the teams.
Both the teams have not been in the greatest form. None of them have recorded a win in the season yet. Harry Kane scored during the international break and having not opened his account in the league, he will be expecting to score in this game. Christian Eriksen will miss this game due to injury and his absence could leave a big hole in the middle of the park for the Spurs.
Sunderland have drawn two and lost two of their league games so far. Jermain Lens and Jermain Defoe have been the stand out performers while the rest of the team have been mediocre. The addition of Fabio Borini to their front line could be helpful given that he was a hit during his loan spell two seasons ago. The defense line has to shape up better given that they have not managed to keep a single clean sheet yet.
When the team sheets are compared, Tottenham Hotspurs look the stronger of the two sides and given that they have better players, they have a chance to record their first win of the season. The home team will need to play out of their skins if they want anything from this game.
Sunderland will be playing host to Tottenham Hotspurs at the Stadium of Light. This match will take place on Saturday 13, September 2014 with the kick-off listed at 15:00 hours BST.
Sunderland is still looking to register their first win this season. They have so far only managed to collect two points from an available nine. On the other hand, Tottenham Hotspur started well and registered two wins but suffered an embarrassing 3-0 defeat at the hands of Liverpool in their last game.
Both clubs will be hoping to get back to winning ways as they suffered losses in their respective last games. Tottenham Hotspurs will rely on its in-form midfielder, Erik Lamela who has shown great promise under their new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Sunderland’s forwards have struggled to score and again will look to Sebastian Larsson for inspiration. Sunderland will have to be at their very best to challenge Tottenham Hotspurs and come out with something in from this game.
As it seems, this could be an easy 2-0 victory for Tottenham Hotspurs considering their pace and counter attacking capabilities. However, Tottenham Hotspurs should not get complacent as they have in the past as Sunderland has pulled of shock results in the past.
Tottenham face a tricky fixture this weekend as they travel to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland this weekend. Catch the best streams from Sunderland vs Tottenham on your computer by joining Free-football.tv today.
Spurs beat Fulham 2-1 on Wednesday to take some pressure off Andre Villas-Boas. They went behind in the second half, but long range strikes from Romanian defender Vlad Chiriches and German midfielder Lewis Holbty sealed all three points for the Lilywhites.
Sunderland took Chelsea the distance before losing 4-3 to Jose Mourinho’s side. The Black Cats have already taken the scalps of Man City and Newcastle at home and gave Mourinho’s men some nervy moments at the Stadium of Light.
Jozy Altidore, John O’Shea and Phil Bardsley scored for the Black Cats against the Blues. The result, coupled with Crystal Palace’s 1-0 win over West Ham, means that the Black Cats have replaced the Eagles at the bottom of the league table. Spurs have three times as many points as Sunderland at this stage of the season, with 24 to their name in comparison to Sunderland’s eight.
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