Newcastle United will host Nuno Santo’s Tottenham side in the weekend Premier League fixture.
Venue: St James’ Park
- Newcastle United haven’t registered a win in their last four league games at home against Tottenham.
- The Magpies are yet to open their account in the Premier League this season, currently positioned 19th in the table with three points.
- Tottenham are eight in the table, recording 4 wins and 3 defeats in 7 games so far.
Head to Head record
Newcastle and Tottenham share the same number of wins (22) in terms of head to head records in the Premier League.
Newcastle: L D L D D L
Spurs: D L W L W W
This will be the first game for Newcastle after the much-anticipated takeover by Saudi Arabian consortium PIF.
However, that doesn’t take away the fact the Magpies are fighting relegation with no wins recorded in the Premier League this season.
Steven Bruce’s position appears to be in jeopardy however he will still oversee the Magpies against Spurs this weekend.
Darlow; Ritchie, Clark, Fernandez, Manquillo; S. Longstaff; Murphy, Willock, Hayden, Allan Saint-Maximin; Callum Wilson
Spurs will look to take advantage of their impressive away record against the Magpies in the Premier League – not losing any of the last four games.
The North Londoners’ dream start to the season was flattering to deceive as they lost three consecutive games including the ones against rivals Chelsea and Arsenal.
Prior to the international break, they returned to winning ways after defeating Aston Villa at home.
A win against the Magpies would take them closer to the top four of the table.
Hugo Lloris; Emerson, Joe Rodon, Eric Dier, Sergio Reguilon; Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Oliver Skipp; Lucas Moura, Tanguy Ndombele, Heung-min Son; Harry Kane
Newcastle 1 – 1 Tottenham