Preview - Watford vs Tottenham 2 Dec

Started by Bensergi, Dec 02, 2017, 08:06 PM

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Watford vs Tottenham

Tottenham may not have the best of season, but they will have good memories of their big win here at Vicarage Road on New Year's Day. Harry Kane and Dele Alli got a brace each in a 4-1 win.

It extended Watford's miserable record against the Londoners, who they have never won in eight matches (D2, L6).

The Hornets are spiraling down the table as well, their 4-2 midweek loss to Man Utd marking their fourth defeat in their last six EPL games, conceding 12 goals in that stretch.

As for Spurs, they have also lost three consecutive away league games for the first time under Mauricio Pochettino. And this is the time for the Lilywhites to give their manager something to cheer about.

Harry Kane can lead the revival, having netted 14 goals in his last eight away EPL games.

Watford midfielder Will Hughes is out after limping off with a hamstring injury in Man Utd defeat.

Defender Miguel Britos could return from the knock he picked up at Newcastle last weekend.

Harry Winks is available for Spurs selection after recovering from illness.

However, midfielder Victor Wanyama and centre-back Toby Alderweireld remain long-term absentees.

Prediction: Watford 1-2 Tottenham

Bensergi

Match Stats:

  • Watford 1-1 Tottenham
  • Shots: 6-8
  • Possession: 50%-50%
  • Corner kicks: 7-2


Son Heun-min scored a first-half equaliser as 10-man Tottenham Hotspur drew at Watford.

Searching for their first Premier League win over Spurs, Watford went ahead after 13 minutes when Christian Kabasele headed home Richarlison's corner.

But the lead lasted just 12 minutes, Son equalising with a close-range finish from Christian Eriksen's cross for his third league goal of the season.

Spurs went down to 10 men after Davinson Sanchez was sent off for a raised arm on Richarlison after 52 minutes.

Abdoulaye Doucoure hit a post from distance as Watford pushed for a winner but settled for a point, leaving Spurs without a win in four Premier League matches.

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