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 Post subject: Tottenham Hotspur V Sunderland - 07/11
PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:25 am 
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Tottenham Hotspur V Sunderland

Like Villa, Sunderland have not won since their big victory on the 17th October and will want to get back on track as soon as possible, Lee Cattermole is injured and he ha been their driving force in the middle of the park and without him i believe they will struggle without him.

Spurs have had mixed fortunes from their recent matches and won't be please by the 3-0 beating at the hands of their neighbours, if Spurs truly have designs on a Champions League place they have to win this game.

Mystic Jarv predicts a 2-1 to Spurs


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Spurs will be disappointed after losing badly to Arsenal last week but it just underlined the gap that remains between them and the top four.

Sunderland have had some great results against the big teams although they have blipped recently which will be driving manager Steve Bruce mad.

They've really suffered from the loss of injured Lee Cattermole and they'll struggle to get any points at White Hart Lane.

Verdict: 3-1


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 Post subject: Re: Tottenham Hotspur V Sunderland - 07/11
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Aaron Lennon could return for Tottenham from an ankle injury for their Premier League match against Sunderland at White Hart Lane.

The England winger picked up the problem in the loss against Stoke a fortnight ago and was expected to be missing ,on Saturday but manager Harry Redknapp has now given him a "50/50 chance" of featuring.

Playmaker Luka Modric is still recovering from a fractured fibula and is absent, while defender Sebastien Bassong's hamstring injury will keep him sidelined for another couple of weeks.

Striker Jermain Defoe is available again after serving a three-match suspension.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce faces a major selection headache.

Striker Kenwyne Jones is suspended after being sent off during last weekend's 2-2 draw with West Ham, while skipper Lorik Cana, who picked up his fifth booking of the season in the same game, also misses out.

Forward Fraizer Campbell is expected to shake off a thigh problem, but Cana's absence is a real blow with Lee Cattermole (medial ligaments) also sidelined.

John Mensah (calf) and Bolo Zenden (hip) are again likely to be missing, and youngsters David Meyler and Adam Reed are included in the squad.

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Tottenham (from): Gomes, Cudicini, Corluka, Hutton, Naughton, King, Dawson, Woodgate, Assou-Ekotto, Bale, Lennon, Bentley, Huddlestone, Jenas, Palacios, Kranjcar, Pavlyuchenko, Keane, Crouch, Defoe.

Sunderland (from): Gordon, Fulop, Bardsley, Da Silva, Nosworthy, Ferdinand, Turner, Richardson, McCartney, Reid, Malbranque, Henderson, Campbell, Bent, Healy, Murphy, Meyler, Reed.

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1414: Tottenham v Sunderland line-ups:
Tottenham: Gomes, Corluka, King, Woodgate, Assou-Ekotto, Jenas, Huddlestone, Palacios, Keane, Crouch, Defoe.
Subs: Alnwick, Hutton, Bale, Bentley, Pavlyuchenko, Dawson, Kranjcar.
Sunderland: Gordon, Bardsley, Turner, Da Silva, McCartney, Malbranque, Henderson, Richardson, Andy Reid, Bent, Campbell.
Subs: Fulop, Ferdinand, Nosworthy, Murphy, Meyler, Healy, Adam Reid.
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)


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Started rather sluggish today, Darren Bent makes me nervous, tell me again why we sold him?


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1-0 Spurs Keane i think


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 Post subject: Re: Tottenham Hotspur V Sunderland - 07/11
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1-0 Spurs Keane i think


it was keane againist the run of play he always looks dangerous in the midfield role


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Spurs goal: It's been an even-steven start at the Lane, but advantage Tottenham now. Benoit Assou-Ekotto crosses from the left and Peter Crouch heads into the path of Robbie Keane, who sees his first effort saved by Craig Gordon and then bundles in the rebound.


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Gomes saves a penalty from Bent, Gomes should have been off. Nailed on straight red apparently


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Another silly charge at a striker from Gomes. Would have been quite the controversial goal of not for the deflection there


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really cant understand Harry not replacing Gomes when he had the chance, surely someone will be brought in in Jan, Gomes is not upto the standard Spurs are aiming for surely.


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2-0 Huddlestone


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really cant understand Harry not replacing Gomes when he had the chance, surely someone will be brought in in Jan, Gomes is not upto the standard Spurs are aiming for surely.


the problem with Gomes is he can be brilliant at times but there are a few times a game you have to ask yourself what he hell he was doing....that said i think they will bring someone in Jan....I just sold him to Juventus on FIFA 10 if that counts for anything


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Spurs goal: If there wasn't a net, that ball would never stop rising. What a smash-and-grab this is from Tottenham, who have been outplayed for long periods. Jermain Defoe lays it off to Tom Huddlestone 20 yards out and his right-foot screamer flies in off the underside of the bar. Stunning.


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Great result....tough day for Sunderland they probably deserved some points from the game but you can't miss penalties and expect to win games


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