Tottenham Hotspur

Report | February 17

Tottenham Hotspur

1 - 2

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Dejan Kulusevski 46 João Gomes 42, 63

15Total Shots12
4Shots on Target7

Wolves take three points away from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

João Gomes began the scoring for Wolves in the 42nd minute. Tottenham's Dejan Kulusevski responded with a tying goal in the 46th minute. With the scores level, João Gomes netted a timely 63rd minute goal that proved to be the difference, securing Wolves all three points.

The Overview

  • Despite not having much of the ball (29% possession), Wolves used it well and created plenty of chances with 12 shots.
  • Going forward Spurs looked dangerous, amassing 15 shots in total.
  • Wolves' accuracy paid off well, 58% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Pedro Neto continually probed down the flank, getting 6 crosses into the box. Despite losing, Spurs were dominant in the passing game, completing a massive 424 more passes than Wolves.

Wolves are back to winning ways. Meanwhile, Tottenham's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

João GomesDejan Kulusevski
Scored 2 goals2 shots on target (1st in the game)
3 tackles won3 corners won

Next up, Tottenham prepare to add another chapter to their rivalry with Chelsea on Friday, February 23rd. While Wolves meet Sheffield United at Molineux Stadium on Sunday, February 25th. Will Spurs improve their form? Can Wolves win again?

Preview | February 17

Tottenham Hotspur-Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves visit Tottenham.

Tottenham | WDWDW | 4th | Top Scorer: Son Heungmin (12)

Tottenham arrive with confidence and are unbeaten in their last 5 games. Spurs have a balanced attack which ranks in the EPL top ten for both average possession (60%) and shots per match (15.8). Tottenham will look to Pedro Porro for chance creation. He has Tottenham's highest number of assists with 7 (6th in the EPL).

Wolves | LWLDW | 11th | Top Scorer: Hwang Heechan (10)

After 2 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw in their last 5 matches, Wolves currently sit mid-table in 11th. An entertaining match is on the cards and both keepers can expect a busy 90 minutes. With an average xG (expected goals) of 1.68, Tottenham are a strong threat going forward. But Wolves are too and have found the back of the net 10 times in their last 5 games. From a defensive point of view, Mario Lemina has been the leader, accumulating 41 tackles and 29 interceptions over the season. On the attacking side, Matheus Cunha has been their leader this season with 60 shots taken (9th in the EPL).

Tottenham-Wolves Prediction: 3-0

Tottenham's form is solid enough to suggest this will be an easy home win.

Did you know? Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is Tottenham's happy place. They have won nine out of 12 matches at home this season.

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Report | February 10

Tottenham Hotspur

2 - 1

Brighton & Hove Albion

Pape Matar Sarr 61 Pascal Groß 17 [PK]
Brennan Johnson 90

16Total Shots6
6Shots on Target3

Tottenham leave it late to claim all three points.

Pascal Groß netted the first goal of the match with a penalty for Brighton in the 17th minute. Tottenham's Pape Matar Sarr then responded with a tying goal in the 61st minute. Brennan Johnson then netted a 96th minute strike to give Tottenham the win.

The Overview

  • In a tight battle for the ball, Spurs made good use of their possession (52%), generating 16 shots.
  • The scoreline could have been more impressive if Spurs had their shooting boots on, with their shot accuracy down at 38%.

The Details

Pedro Porro had a field day, registering 8 crosses. Neither team showed a superior passing game. Spurs had 533 completed passes while the Seagulls completed 479 passes.

Tottenham get back to winning form. Meanwhile, Brighton's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Brennan JohnsonPascal Groß
Scored 1 goalScored 1 goal
Drew 2 fouls (2nd on their team)7 crosses (1st on their team)

Next up, Tottenham meet Wolves at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, February 17th. While Brighton take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Sunday, February 18th. Can Spurs win again? Will the Seagulls improve their form?

Report | February 3


2 - 2

Tottenham Hotspur

Jack Harrison 30 Richarlison 4, 41
Jarrad Branthwaite 90

14Total Shots9
5Shots on Target6

Jarrad Branthwaite stuns Tottenham with late equalizer.

Richarlison began the scoring for Tottenham in the fourth minute after being found by Destiny Udogie. Jack Harrison retaliated for Everton with an equalizer in the 30th minute. With the score level at 1-1, Tottenham retook the lead on another Richarlison goal, but Everton weren't finished, they secured a point as Jarrad Branthwaite struck to conclude the scoring at 2-2.

The Overview

  • The Toffees saw a bit less of the ball with 43% possession, but that didn't cost them.
  • Spurs may count themselves fortunate to have shared the points after managing just 9 shots compared to the Toffees' 14.

The Details

Idrissa Gana Guèye racked up 6 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating Spurs. For Tottenham, James Maddison was relentless, leading the team in crosses. Spurs' superior passing game was clear for all to see; they completed 476 passes compared to the Toffees' 347.

Everton are becoming the league's draw specialists. Meanwhile, Tottenham continue their string of mixed results.

Top Performers

Jack HarrisonRicharlison
Scored 1 goalScored 2 goals
Drew 2 fouls (2nd on their team)1 blocked shot (1st on their team)

Both squads play next on Saturday, February 10th. Everton face a tough test against Man City, while Tottenham take on Brighton at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Can the Toffees pick up a long-awaited three points? Will Spurs improve their form?

Report | January 31

Tottenham Hotspur

3 - 2


Destiny Udogie 48 Neal Maupay 15
Brennan Johnson 49 Ivan Toney 67
Richarlison 56

19Total Shots9
5Shots on Target5

Tottenham edge past Brentford in five-goal thriller.

This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Neal Maupay began the scoring for Brentford in the 15th minute. After the first goal, Tottenham responded in a big way, with a 3 goal barrage. Brentford added another one goal but it was not enough as Tottenham took the three points.

The Overview

  • Spurs converted their dominance of the ball (68%) possession into lots of chances, clocking up 19 shots.
  • The Bees didn't generate enough chances, only mustering nine shots throughout the contest.
  • Although they got the win, Spurs were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 26% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Destiny Udogie racked up 3 interceptions throughout the game, constantly frustrating the Bees. Brentford's Mathias Jensen was a frequent offender, committing 6 fouls. Spurs' fluid football shone through in the end, registering 340 more completed passes than the Bees as they took all three points.

Tottenham's uninspiring form comes to an end as they take all three points. Meanwhile, Brentford's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Destiny UdogieIvan Toney
Scored 1 goal3 shots on target (26th in the Premier League)
2 tackles wonScored 1 goal

Next up, Tottenham take on an Everton side struggling for points on Saturday, February 3rd. While there's no let up for Brentford as they're faced with the prospect of a high-flying Man City side on Monday, February 5th. Can Spurs win again? Will the Bees improve their form?

Report | December 31

Tottenham Hotspur

3 - 1

AFC Bournemouth

Pape Matar Sarr 9 Alex Scott 84
Son Heungmin 71
Richarlison 80

12Total Shots24
6Shots on Target4

Tottenham prove too strong for Bournemouth.

Pape Matar Sarr opened the score for Tottenham in the ninth minute following an assist by Giovani Lo Celso. Son Heungmin then doubled the lead with a goal in the 71st minute. Tottenham added a third goal before Bournemouth finally got on the scoresheet with an Alex Scott goal, and that was the final as Tottenham took the win.

The Overview

  • It was an even battle for possession (51% vs 49%), with Spurs getting off 12 shots.
  • Spurs' accuracy paid off well, 50% of their shots were on target.
  • The referee issued numerous cards in what was a bad-tempered affair, with Tottenham receiving 3 bookings and Bournemouth 3.

The Details

Pedro Porro had a field day, registering 6 crosses. For Bournemouth, Adam Smith seemed off the pace defensively, committing 5 fouls in a frustrating game. Neither team had a clear advantage in the passing game. Tottenham completed 432 passes while Bournemouth completed 403 passes.

Tottenham get back in the win column. Meanwhile, Bournemouth get a shock to their system as they taste defeat for the first time in a while.

Top Performers

RicharlisonGiovani Lo Celso
Scored 1 goalAssisted 2 goals
1 corner wonDrew 4 fouls (1st in the game)

Next up, Tottenham take on Man United at Old Trafford on Sunday, January 14th. While Bournemouth meet Liverpool at Vitality Stadium on Sunday, January 21st. Can Spurs win again? Will the Cherries put this disappointment behind them?

Report | December 28

Brighton & Hove Albion

4 - 2

Tottenham Hotspur

Jack Hinshelwood 11 Alejo Véliz 81
João Pedro 23 [PK], 75 [PK] Ben Davies 85
Pervis Estupiñán 63

15Total Shots19
9Shots on Target3

Jack Hinshelwood, João Pedro, Pervis Estupiñán sparkle in Brighton win.

This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Jack Hinshelwood began the scoring for Brighton in the 11th minute after a set up by João Pedro. Following the opening goal, Brighton proceeded to add on 3 more goals, compared to Tottenham's 2 as Brighton took the three points.

The Overview

  • In a tight battle for the ball, the Seagulls made good use of their possession (46%), generating 15 shots.
  • The Seagulls' accuracy paid off well, 60% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Pascal Groß's excellent reading of the game was on show again, he intercepted the ball 4 times. Spurs might have created more chances if Destiny Udogie wasn't caught offside 3 times. Neither team had a clear advantage in the passing game. Brighton completed 460 passes while Tottenham completed 522 passes.

Brighton take the three points. Meanwhile, Tottenham taste defeat, ending their winning streak.

Top Performers

João PedroPervis Estupiñán
4 shots on target (7th in the Premier League)Scored 1 goal
Scored 2 goals2 interceptions (2nd on their team)

Next up, Brighton meet West Ham at London Stadium on Tuesday, January 2nd. While Tottenham take on Bournemouth at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, December 31st. Can the Seagulls win again? Will Spurs put this disappointment behind them?

Tottenham Hotspur – Season Preview

Nickname: Spurs
Stadium: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Capacity 62,850)
Manager: Ange Postecoglou (AUS)
Last Season: 8th  

Another year passes without a glimmer of silverware for Tottenham, and another year starts with a new man at the helm. Where so many have tried and ended up ‘nearly’ bringing success to the Lilywhites, this time, it’s on Australian Ange Postecoglou to try his fortune. Is this the managerial appointment Spurs need to go the distance this year?

Key Player: Harry Kane

Keep him, and Spurs are almost guaranteed 20+ goals. Lose him, and where will those goals come from? If he remains at the club, Harry Kane could take another huge step in his quest to overtake Alan Shearer in the all-time Premier League goal scorer list. But keeping hold of him and his goals is essential to the success of Tottenham’s season.

Star Signing: James Maddison €46.30m

Admired by many clubs this summer after Leicester’s relegation, the England international is a slick addition to the Tottenham squad and will want to prove himself at a larger club. Can he connect with fellow Englishman Harry Kane and inspire a new look Spurs midfield? 

First Match: Brentford (A) August 13

The starter to Sunday's main course of Chelsea-Liverpool, Tottenham's first match is a short hop west to take on London rivals Brentford. Spurs only finished with a single point more than the Bees last season and will want to establish a new era with Postecoglou at the helm. Despite that, Community Stadium proved to be a tough place to visit last season, with Liverpool, Brighton and Man United all suffering defeats. What fate awaits Spurs?

Predicted Finish: 7th

After limping to 8th last season, Spurs will be hoping to bounce back to European football. However, with teams around them improving significantly, and a new league for the ‘unproven at this level’ Ange Postecoglou, it will take a lot to get this side into the top four, especially if the Harry Kane saga continues.

Will Ange Postecoglou guide Tottenham to the top four?

Tottenham - To finish in the Top 4: 4.50

(odds correct as of July 31, 2023, and subject to change)

Did you know? At 29 years and 312 days old, when Ryan Mason replaced Jose Mourinho as caretaker manager of Tottenham, he became the only manager below 30 to take charge of a Premier League team.

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