Match Review, Tottenham vs Hull City.

Match: Saturday 16th May 2015.

Competition: Premier League.

Venue: White Hart Lane.

Result: Tottenham 2-0 Hull City.

Tottenham goalscorers: Nacer Chadli 54’, Danny Rose 61’.

In our final home game of the season, we have managed to send the fans home happy; which is always good. A decent performance, with some great football and good goals while keeping a clean sheet is all you can ask for as we now start to look forward to the summer and then starting the rollercoaster up again for another season. This win keeps us one point ahead of Southampton, who sit in 7th and one point behind Liverpool in 5th heading into the final match of the season. It’s not a grand stand finish, it’s more about pride and bragging rights than anything else – it looks as though European football in the form of Europa League will be at the Lane once again next season, and it’s nothing to moan about – I quite like the competition, and although we will not be real contenders for the trophy, it’s a chance to try more youth players and give fringe players a chance to show what they can do. We played our strongest 11 quite often this season in the Europa League and it did hurt us, but I’m sure in Pochettino’s first season managing in a European competition, he will have learnt how much it does affect the players playing Thursdays and Sundays. Focusing back on a good win over Hull City, after a forgettable first half the players refocused and produced a very respectable performance against a fighting Hull City side, who certainly didn’t have a bad game.

In the first half, there really wasn’t too much to shout about for either team – chances were created, but there was only one clear cut opportunity that fell to Hull, as Nikica Jelavic smacked the crossbar from inside the box. The only notable chances that Tottenham created were from Nacer Chadli and Harry Kane; Christian Eriksen slid in Kane even though he probably should have had a go himself and the young player of the year slid the ball across the face of goal, when he probably should have had a go as well. Hull were very organised and solid defensively in the first half, but we didn’t test them like we should have, our passing was too obvious and predictable, and we weren’t penetrating the back line of Hull enough, partly or mainly because of the poor form of usually our most creative player Christian Eriksen, who quite simply looks like he has his suitcases packed already and sunglasses on, which after a long season like we have had, you can’t really blame him for – he has after all played in every game so far of our Premier League season, plus domestic, European and international duty. Improvement needed for the second half, especially in our play with the ball, probably going fro left back to centre back to right back about 100 times within the first half, which was a little frustrating. The best passing I saw in the first period was thanks to Tom Huddlestone, who on his return to Spurs made some pinpoint cross-field balls.

The second half was much better, despite Hull threatening from some set pieces which we looked a little nervous defending within the first five minutes of the restart, we settled and on 53 minutes opened the scoring through the impressive Nacer Chadli. He has to thank Erik Lamela for his goal, who has in the last three games been impressive; the Argentinian pounced on the ball in midfield before darting towards the final third and playing a delightfully weighted ball into the path of the onrushing Belgian, who took a tough round Steve Harper in the Hull City goal and finished with ease, 1-0 and the pressure lifted on Spurs and put firmly on the Tigers. After the ball the players looked more at ease, and it showed in the way we were moving the football, it was with more purpose and confidence and this confidence was evident in our second goal which came only seven minutes later on 60 minutes. Former Spurs captain Michael Dawson gave it away on the edge of the box and it fell to Ryan Mason, who played a one two with Rose, then lifted his head and lobbed a wonderful ball through to Danny Rose who had found himself in the penalty area, and he volleyed the ball first time with his weaker right foot into the roof of the net – another brilliant goal, which would surely seal the points for Tottenham and condemn Hull to what now seems like relegation. Hull City did push us despite the 2-0 margin, with Abel Hernandez going close in a goalmouth scramble where he should have really pulled the game back to 2-1 – but it was a lack of clinical nature within the Hull side which deserted the Tigers, with Jelavic, Dame N’Doye and Hernandez all having a match to forget. Despite some pressure from Hull, it turned out to be quite a routine victory for Tottenham in the end and one that we are thankful for in our last home game of the season. 2-0 – thank you very much.
review pic Our final home game of the season and a win! A decent performance and a good send off for the fans, showcasing the new kit heading into what I hope will be a good summer and then a good 2015/16 season, we are in need of a good year! If you have any comments, put them below and don’t forget to follow me on twitter at @AddictedToSpurs. Next up is the final game of the season, and we travel to Merseyside to face Everton as we look to secure European football, and hopefully finish 5th. Up the Spurs. COYS!!

My player ratings for the team that faced Hull at WHL:
Lloris – 8
Dier – 7.5
Fazio – 6
Vertonghen – 8
Rose – 9 – Man of the Match.
Mason – 8 (Stambouli 79’ – 5)
Bentaleb – 7
Lamela – 9
Eriksen – 6 (Dembele 58’ – 6)
Chadli – 7.5
Kane – 7 (Soldado 89’ – N/A)

Mauricio Pochettino reacts to a win in our penultimate game of the season:

The tradition lap of honour footage:

Danny Rose reacts after the 2-0 win over Hull City:

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Match Preview, Tottenham vs Hull City.

Match date & time: Saturday 16th May 2015. 3pm GMT Kick Off.

Competition: Premier League.

Venue: White Hart Lane.

TV: Not televised in the UK. Worldwide TV listings can be found HERE.

The last home game of the season is upon us, Hull City meet us at the Lane in the penultimate game of the 2014/15 season – with not a lot to play for if you’re from a Tottenham persuasion and everything to play for if you’re associated with Hull City! Premier League survival is on the agenda for the Tigers and they come to White Hart Lane with everything on the line, while we debate among ourselves whether we want Europa League or not, and we don’t really have a choice in the matter whether we end up sixth or seventh! This season hasn’t gone completely to plan, but in Mauricio Pochettino’s first season this is what we expected – an average season but one that showed promise for the future and I think this season certainly has – the emergence of youth has been a massive plus, while getting to the Capital One Cup Final, and beating big sides such as Chelsea and Arsenal – this all shows improvement and although our League form has been unsteady, I’m still very confident in the future under Mauricio Pochettino. Now, let’s hope we can end the season with two wins, and finish as high in the table as we possibly can. We need to make amends after our demoralising and apathetic performance against Stoke City last week, that’s for sure.

Hull City sit in the relegation zone, with 34 points – two points off Sunderland and Newcastle, and three off Leicester. They are desperate for another win and looking at their last two games, I think they’re going to need a miracle. Their loss to Burnley at home has surely sent them down to the Championship, with games against Tottenham and Manchester United to come – it certainly doesn’t loom good for the Tigers – but they will be going into these games all guns blazing – with no pressure of expectancy but instead the ability to cause a massive upset –one win and it looks as though they will be safe – but three points seems like a mountain for Hull City now. In Hull’s last 10 games, they have won only two, with two draws – leaving six defeats in 10 matches which leads you to believe that they will be the side joining Burnley and QPR in the Championship. Sorry Daws. Last time we faced Hull was at the KC Stadium earlier this season, Harry Kane and a late Christian Eriksen strike giving us a 2-1 win, Jake Livermore with their goal. The last time we faced Hull City at White Hart Lane in the Premier League was back in October 2013, Roberto Soldado scoring the only goal from the penalty spot in a 1-0 win. Hopefully this time we can win in more convincing fashion! We are unbeaten against Hull City in the last seven games, winning six and drawing one – we’ll be looking to make it seven out of eight.

The team news for Hull City is that Gaston Ramirez (hamstring), Mohamed Diame (knee), Curtis Davies (hip) and Robert Snodgrass (knee) are all ruled out of the game through injury, while former Spur Jake Livermore (suspension) will also miss the game after being tested positive for cocaine, incredibly – so wont be making a return to White Hart Lane after being sold in the summer. The players that will be making the trip to North London on behalf of the Tigers includes former Tottenham captain Michael Dawson, who will make a return to the club he made 324 appearances for and I am absolutely certain that former fan favourite will get a brilliant reaction when his name is read out at the Lane – and he certainly deserves a good reaction, after being such an amazing servant to the club over his nine year stay. I look forward to seeing ‘Daws’ back on the hallow turf of White Hart Lane, along with another great servant in Tom Huddlestone, who performed really well at Spurs, and scored some absolute crackers! The threats that Hull City have come in the form of Nikica Jelavic who has eight goals this season, and strike partner, bought in January has done a decent job – Dame N’Doye, he has five goals in 13 appearances for Hull – and the partnership between Jelavic and N’Doye, if they can hit form in these last two games, will be their biggest hope of survival – but it’s still a very tall order.
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The team news for Tottenham is that Ben Davies (shoulder) and Kyle Walker (foot) remain out while Emmanuel Adebayor (illness) is a doubt for our final home game of the season. Vlad Chiriches is suspended following his red card at Stoke last weekend, but Danny Rose returns after recovering from a slight groin problem. Having Danny Rose back is a massive boost for us – and it means that we have more of an outlet down the left flank, and can move Jan Vertonghen back into his favoured centre back position, which gives us a more solid looking back four than the one we had against Stoke, which simply didn’t work at all. It will be interesting to see whether Pochettino will give DeAndre Yedlin a chance a right back, which will allow Eric Dier to move alongside Vertonghen in the centre, which seems to be our strongest centre back partnership at the moment. Personally, I would chose an inexperienced Yedlin over a mistake prone Federico Fazio at this moment in time.

In our last home game of the season, I’m hoping to see a performance that can send us off into the summer feeling good, rather than underwhelmed. Despite a hard season, with highs and lows, we do have a very good foundation for the future, with a first team built around youth, with more exciting youth looking set to come through, with the guidance of Mauricio Pochettino, who has certainly helped Harry Kane become the striking force he is today and the improvement of Danny Rose has also been a success of Pochettino’s. Now, I hope next season Erik Lamela can improve further, while Christian Eriksen should be looking to be more consistent and effective on the ball. The Kane and Eriksen partnership should be one that teams fear even further next season, and even though both players have contributed 30 Premier League goals between them, I hope their partnership can grow, and the assists between them can grow as well as the goals. It will be nice to see that partnership in full force against Hull City. Even though we do have two games left of this season, it is gearing up to next term now, with Champions League fully out of the equation and only Europa League to play for, which we all wouldn’t be totally upset to see us miss out on, even though I would miss the European nights at White Hart Lane – but it would help to have a rest from the competition that without full attention, isn’t really possible to win. But, with two games to go – I want to win them – which would secure our place in the Europa League, so I am certainly not going to be wishing defeat on Tottenham, that’s for sure!

Match stats provided by StatsZone:

– Tottenham have won four and lost none of their last six Barclays Premier League fixtures against Hull City.

– Hull have scored just five goals in seven previous Premier League games against Spurs and never more than once in a match.

– Harry Kane’s goals and assists have won Tottenham 26 points this season; more than any other player in the division.

– However, Kane has scored just once in his last six Premier League appearances.

– Hull City have never won a Premier League game in the month of May (W0 D3 L8).

– The Tigers have conceded a league-high 13 goals from outside the box this season.

– No player has scored more match-winning goals in the Premier League this term than Christian Eriksen (7, same as Eden Hazard).

– Hull’s victory last time out on the road (v Crystal Palace) was their first away win in eight attempts (D2 L5).

– Tottenham have gained 10 points from losing positions at home this season, more than any other side.

– Spurs have failed to score in their last two PL games; they’ve not gone three in a row without a goal since November 2013.

Prediction data collected through the Forza Football app:

Tottenham win: 78% of fans.

Hull win: 14% of fans.

Draw: 9% of fans.

In our final game of the season at White Hart Lane, donning the new kit, let’s hope we can get the three points against a struggling Hull City side and help secure our spot ahead of both Southampton and Swansea, getting closer to Liverpool in 5th. I’ll be at White Hart Lane, but I will attempt to get you updates live from the Lane on twitter, follow me at @AddictedToSpurs. Up the Spurs!! COYS!!

My predicted/preferred side to face Hull City at WHL:
4-2-3-1
Lloris
Yedlin – Dier – Vertonghen – Rose
Mason – Bentaleb
Lamela – Eriksen – Chadli
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Mauricio Pochettino previews Hull City and reacts to Brad Friedel’s retirement:

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Match Preview, Hull City vs Tottenham.

Match date & time: Saturday 1st February 2014. 3pm Kick off.

Competition: Premier League.

Venue: KC Stadium.

TV: Not televised.

Another Manchester City capitulation, it’s cliche but it’s the truth, we need to bounce back instantly with a big performance, the players will be down because they know things went against them on Wednesday, but it’s in the past and the positive is we don’t have to play them again! Too good, they’ll win the league. Against Hull City it’s going to be difficult, but our away form has been brilliant and I hope we can continue our good form away from the Lane, we’ve won 5 on the bounce away, a club record, so with that stat I’m confident we can go and win. Last time out against Hull City we won 1-0 at the Lane, a late Roberto Soldado penalty getting us the win in a difficult game with Hull City’s tactics spot on, we had no space. Different times now! We’ve been in great scoring form and with Hull City at home I’d expect them to try and attack us and create opportunities, which would leave space for us to counter attack, which we’ve been extremely good at recently. I am glad we get back into action so soon after the defeat to Manchester City, now we can get back to winning ways instantly against another City, Hull!

Hull City have been great this season, but have recently hit troublesome results and with them, have been dragged back into the relegation battle. They’ve lost 4 Premier League games on the bounce and have only won once in 10 matches, so they’re under a little bit of pressure to perform, especially from their home fans. They are 4 points off the relegation zone while being in 13th place, so it tells you just how tight it is down at the bottom! The team news for Hull City is that Figueroa (muscle) and Brady (groin) are doubtful for the game, with Chester (hamstring), Aluko (achilles) and goalkeeper McGregor (suspended) all out of the match on Saturday. Plus, Jake Livermore is unable to play because he is on loan from Tottenham and can’t play against his parent club. The players that will be key for Hull start with our former midfielder, Tom Huddlestone, he’s been crucial to their team this season and makes them tick, given time he can hurt us with his brilliant range of passing, we have to close him down and make him rush! Also, Shane Long is a good player up-front, he will harry our defence and work hard for chances, we need to keep him quiet, too. Finally, Elmohamady is a flyer on the right hand side, he’s got energy and pace, with the ability to put in a good cross too, with Jelavic and Long in the middle it could cause problems, so Danny Rose will have to be on his game to deal with him.

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The team news for Spurs is good news, after being close to a return against Manchester City, Jan Vertonghen, Paulinho and Younes Kaboul are now fit and in contention to start against Hull. Also, Mousa Dembele is fit after a knock against Manchester City and included in the match day squad, with Danny Rose’s red card that he received being rescinded, so he is available for the match. The bad news is that Andros Townsend, Erik Lamela and Sandro remain out and will not feature against the Tigers. With the news of Jan Vertonghen coming back, I’d put him straight into the team along with Paulinho, the two that I would drop out would be Michael Dawson and Nabil Bentaleb, even though I rate Nabil highly I just don’t see a place in the team once Paulinho and Sandro are back, but you never know, Tim seems to love him! Dawson is a great captain, but the reality is, football wise, he is not as good as Jan Vertonghen or at the moment Vlad Chiriches at the back, as for the captaincy, we have good leaders on the pitch, but I’d give it to Jan Vertonghen or Hugo Lloris. Up front, I’d give Roberto Soldado back his place up top with Emmanuel Adebayor, this would see Eriksen go back out to the left hand side, I think Soldado needs game time to show his quality and if he can get a goal it would be a massive boost for us and most importantly him, confidence wise. With two strikers up front we could be able to stretch The Hull back line because the Tigers play three at the back with two flying wing backs, so I’d like to see that tried to start with!

Match Stats and Facts provided by FourFourTwo

– Only one of the last six meetings between Hull and Spurs in all competitions has ended as a home win (three away wins, two draws).

– Tottenham have won their last five Barclays Premier League away matches, their best run since 1960.

– Hull City have been level at half-time in their last six home matches.

– Jermain Defoe scored a hat-trick on Spurs’ last visit to the KC Stadium.

– Tottenham are in fifth place in the Premier League table but have a negative goal difference (-1) – the only side in the top nine places to do so.

– Hull City have not had both teams scoring in their last five matches.

– George Boyd is the most used substitute in the division this season (15 times).

– Tottenham’s last Premier League clean sheet away from home came on November 3rd and they have failed to keep one in their six road trips since.

– Spurs have had Over 2.5 goals in their last six away matches.

– Spurs have scored at least once in every Premier League game under Tim Sherwood.

– No team has hit fewer shots on target than Hull this season (71 – level with Cardiff).

– Hull City have conceded first in their last four matches.

– Hull have received a red card in each of their last two Premier League games – this after going 19 PL games without one.

– Since putting six past Fulham; Hull City have gone four league games without a goal.

It’s a big ‘bounce back’ game for Spurs, we need the three points to keep up with the teams above us, the game is not televised but I’ll be sure to provide you with a stream, as well as updates on twitter at @AddictedToSpurs where I’ll give you match updates, pictures, videos and even vines! Let’s get a win! COYS!!

My predicted team to face Hull City at the KC Stadium:
4-4-2
Lloris
Walker – Chiriches – Vertonghen – Rose
Lennon – Paulinho – Dembele – Eriksen
Soldado – Adebayor.

Tim Sherwood’s thoughts previewing our clash with Hull:

Match Review, Tottenham vs Hull City.

Match: Sunday 27th October 2013.

Premier League

Tottenham 1-0 Hull City.

Goal: Soldado (pen) 80′

A frustrating game of which we’ve been used to recently at White Hart Lane, teams below us coming to the Lane and putting 11 men behind the ball while defending for their lives. To be fair to Hull, they did create chances, but they were wayward, and we have Hugo Lloris so we could keep a clean sheet, thankfully. We started the game very brightly, in the first 15 minutes we were creating chances and working Hull City very hard, the pressure from Spurs then died down and we didn’t pass the ball quickly enough to create clear cut chances for Soldado and co. The frustration continued in the second half, even with the pace of Townsend and Lennon on the wings, we couldn’t get crosses into the box and were limited to shots from outside the box. In the final third, it seemed as though we were trying almost too hard to score the perfect goal, with flicks and tricks and dummies, but this game just needed a bit of sheer brilliance from one player to create a goal as Hull were extremely well organised. Penalties were our enemy last season, not getting a single one in the league, but that seems to be changing now and we seem to be in luck. A harsh penalty decision against Hull relieved us of embarrassment, Soldado scoring comfortably as he always does to win us the game. Phew.

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The team was poor, slow in possession and lacklustre in challenges, this could possibly be because we had a long trip to Moldova in the Europa League, but I really don’t think we can use that as an excuse, players are at a level of fitness that they can do Thursday games, then Sunday games; it hampers your buildup to an important Premier League game, but it’s something we have done as a club for a long time, and as we want to win the Europa League, it’s going to have to continue. Hugo Lloris was as solid as ever, another clean sheet in which he’s saved us many times, commanding in the air and a world class shot stopper, in my opinion, he’s the best goalkeeper in the League, and his record of 6 clean sheets in 9 games is proving that. I really like the look of Vlad Chiriches since he’s come into the team, on the ball he’s up there with any centre back, coming out with the ball he’s incredible the way he glides past players, he was probably our most creative player! Vlad can sometimes get caught out, he’s a little clumsy in the way he plays, but that’ll will deteriorate as he gains more experience in the Premier League, it would be nice to see Jan Vertonghen and Chiriches pair up more often at centre back. I was disappointed with Sandro, he was slow and his passing was extremely poor, just one of those days for the Beast, possibly tired after 90 mins in Moldova, and coming back from a long term injury. Soldado got his goal, I thought he was good, his link up play brought the midfielders into the game, but sadly they weren’t on their game so Roberto didn’t get the service he needed, goals are goals, and I’ll take them wherever they come from, we were due a few penalties anyway!

All in all a very bad performance. We need to shape up, and quick. Our next game is against Hull City on Wednesday 30th October in the Capital One Cup at White Hart Lane, hopefully we perform better against Hull on Wednesday! Our next Premier League game is a really tough test away to Everton at Goodison Park, that’s a real test of how far we’ve come, that’s on Sunday 3rd November. COYS!!

My player rating for the team that faced Hull City at White Hart Lane:
Lloris – 8 Man of the Match
Walker – 6
Dawson – 5
Chiriches – 7
Vertonghen – 5
Paulinho – 5
Sandro – 4
Townsend – 6
Lennon – 7
Holtby – 6
Soldado – 7

Subs:
Dembele – 7
Eriksen – 5
Defoe – N/A

Match Highlights:

Match Preview, Tottenham vs Hull City.

Match: Sunday 27th October. Kick off 4pm.

Premier League

We face Hull City in a game we are expected to win this Sunday, our first game back at White Hart Lane after our abysmal 3-0 defeat to West Ham, dropping points is simply not an option against Hull. We bounced back very well at Villa Park against Aston Villa last weekend, winning in the end quite comfortably 2-0, and continued to bounce back with another 2-0 away win in the Europa League to FC Sheriff. Hull will test us, but our attacking ability should be too much for a depleted Tigers side. While the result is crucial, the way we play in this game is extremely important too, we need to show our ability to attack, our quick passing and clinical finishing, it’d be really nice to see us play as well as we know we’re capable of. The team has had time to gel and form, now is the time 14 games in to show what we’ve been trying to become. A big win is what us Spurs fans need.

Hull City have had a very solid start to the season, they’ll be very pleased to be in the top half of the Premier League, level on points with none other than Manchester United! They sit in 9th with 11 points, which is only 5 points off ourselves in 5th with 16pts. They have been hit with six or seven injuries, which will be a massive blow to any slim chances they had to get points on Sunday. Jake Livermore is out as he can’t play against his parent club. Danny Graham and Sone Aluko also seem to be out of the game, these players are key to Hull’s attack, as their best strikers. Allan McGregor, their number 1 keeper, is also out of the game with injury. Another star player Robbie Brady is a major doubt as well, and that is probably their biggest blow, as one of their best players. James Chester and Robert Koren are also out. The players they do have available will still be a tough test for us. Tom Huddlestone returns to the Lane, where he spent eight years, a player who was quality for us, and is showing his quality at Hull City as their star player. It’s written in the script that he’ll score against us, isn’t it?

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Andros Townsend has been exceptional for both club and country this season, he’s been the shock package, bringing creativity, flair and a ‘no fear’ style of play, constantly wearing down the left back he faces, a joy to watch. He faces up against Maynor Figueroa on Sunday, which will be a test for Andros as Figueroa is an experienced Premier League left back with quite a bit of pace and strength, although Figueroa is sometimes defensively fragile as he attacks a lot down the left, his job will be clear against Spurs, ‘Stop Andros’. Roberto Soldado got back to goalscoring ways against Aston Villa and he’ll be looking to get on the score sheet again against Hull up against a defence that can be quite leaky. A striker is only as good as his service, so Christian Eriksen or Lewis Holtby will need to be on top of their game to provide Soldado with chances, given the service, I’d be very confident he’ll score. I’d tip Christian Eriksen to regain his place in the number 10 role from Lewis Holtby, he showed good form against FC Sheriff with a few classy flicks and an assist so deserves his place. Vlad Chiriches doesn’t deserve to lose his place after two man of the match performances in his last two games getting two clean sheets, so I’d expect him to start at centre back alongside Michael Dawson, with Jan Vertonghen at left back as Danny Rose misses out once again through injury. Etienne Capoue, Danny Rose and Younes Kaboul miss out through injury, but Aaron Lennon, Emmanuel Adebayor, Kyle Walker, Paulinho and Andros Townsend all available and in the squad.

Every game in the Premier League for a team striving for the top is a ‘must-win’ but games like this are an expected three points, the players need to play like a top team in the so called ‘smaller’ games, as these are the matches that get you top four. The game is not televised. COYS!!

Match Stats from Opta via FourFourTwo

– No side have kept more clean sheets in the Premier League this season than Tottenham (5).

– Hull have won just one point from their last six Premier League away trips in London (L5 D1).

– Spurs have not won their last two PL home games (D1 L1) – they haven’t gone three home league games without a win since May 2011.

– The Tigers have collected just one win from their last 28 Premier League matches away from home (L20 D7).

– Tottenham have never won more points from their opening eight games of a Premier League season than they have this term (16).

– Hull have used fewer players than any other Premier League side in 2013/14 so far (17).

– Hull are the only side yet to score the first goal of the game away from home in the Premier League this season.

– Tottenham have taken 81 long throws in the Premier League this season; 24 more than any other side.

– Tottenham have caught their opponents offside more often than any other Premier League side this season (33).

– Spurs have recovered a loose ball in the opposition half more often than any other side in the Premier League this season (108).

My predicted/preferred team to face Hull City at White Hart Lane:
4-2-3-1
Lloris
Walker – Dawson – Chiriches – Vertonghen
Paulinho – Sandro
Townsend – Eriksen – Sigurdsson
Soldado