Probable Lineups

  • King
  • 6.81809523809524
  • Bale
  • 7.65333333333333
  • Duff
  • 6.65428571428571

Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(65) 47 Goals 30 (43)
(31) 27 Assists 17 (26)
(6.8) 7.2 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.7)
30.1 Average Age 33.1
181.5 Average Height (cm) 185
(1.2) 1.6 Shots pg 1.2 (1.1)
(55%) 56% Aerial Duel Success 52% (50%)
(0.8) 0.7 Dribbles pg 0.5 (0.5)
(1.6) 1.3 Tackles pg 1.4 (1.5)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Benoit Assou-Ekotto Out 7.10529411764706
Niko Kranjcar Out 6.77416666666667
Tom Huddlestone Out 6.335
Michael Dawson Out 7.20142857142857
Danny Rose Out 6.29545454545455
David Bentley Doubtful N/A
Scott Parker Doubtful 7.22551724137931
Player Reason Status Rating
Bryan Ruiz Out 6.81592592592593
Zdenek Grygera Out 7.024
Steve Sidwell Out 6.93571428571429
Andrew Johnson Out 6.7085
Simon Davies Out 6.3

Team News

  • Harry Redknapp has a problem at left-back after Danny Rose was sent off at Villa having filled in for the injured Assou-Ekotto.
  • Gallas could act as cover with Ledley King returning to partner Younes Kaboul in the middle.
  • Sandro may well keep his place again after another impressive performance last time out, potentially Scott Parker on the bench as he is struggling with an achilles injury.
  • Martin Jol is likely to name the same full-strength side that won against Sunderland last time out, with Dembele back in behind lone striker Pogrebnyak.
  • Senderos is fit again but likely to remain on the bench, behind Hughes in the pecking order.
  • Dempsey will once again line-up from the left and look to add to his exceptional goal tally of 17 from midfield.


  • Tottenham know that a win will assure them of fourth but will hope Arsenal slip up at West Brom in order to leapfrog their rivals into third and avoid the possibility of missing out on Champions League action if Chelsea were to win in Germany next weekend.
  • Fulham could still finish as high as 7th and beat their record of 53 Premier League points in a season with a win in Martin Jol's first season in charge. The Dutchman is still a fan favourite at Spurs and would have mixed emotions if he dented their Champions League aspirations.
  • The Cottagers have only scored twice at White Hart Lane in their last 6 visits and the hosts will undoubtedly be favourites, though they missed the opportunity to overtake Arsenal last week and may regret that come 5pm on Sunday.

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