Premier League In Focus – Tottenham vs Crystal Palace Preview

When? Sunday 5th November, 12:00 (UK)

Where? Wembley Stadium

What channel is it on? BT Sport 1

Are tickets still available?

Tottenham -

Crystal Palace – SOLD OUT

Head-to-head – last five meetings: Tottenham W4, Crystal Palace W1
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Tottenham W8, Crystal Palace W3, D5
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Tottenham W26, Crystal Palace W11, D13

Tottenham have won their last four Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace. Of those, three of the four wins have resulted in a 1-0 win.

Tottenham have lost consecutive games (in all competitions) for the first time since February, when they lost to Liverpool and Gent.

Tottenham have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four matches across all competitions.

Harry Kane registers the most average shots per game in the Premier League this season, with 6.3 efforts per game.

The England international has contributed to 42% of Tottenham’s league goals this season and has scored, on average, a goal every 99 minutes.

Tottenham have had 179 shots on goal in the Premier League this season, averaging a goal every 9.4 attempts.

Tottenham have the third highest possession in the Premier League this season at 58%, and they are also third in the passing accuracy charts with completion rate of 83.8%.

Crystal Palace have failed to score in their last seven away Premier League matches.

Crystal Palace have not kept a clean sheet in the Premier League this season.

Crystal Palace have conceded the most goals in the Premier League this season at 21 - an average of 2.1 goals against per game.

Crystal Palace have taken 126 shots on goal in the Premier League this season but have only found the net on four occasions, which means they are averaging a goal every 31.5 attempts.

Crystal Palace have only scored two goals from open play this season, with both coming from Ivorian Wilfried Zaha.

Crystal Palace have picked up all their points in the Premier League since Julian Speroni was selected as goalkeeper.

January 2016 saw these two teams face off at Selhurst Park. Tottenham had to come from behind to earn all three points but the game will be most remembered for Dele Alli’s sensational volley which edged the North London side ahead with just minutes remaining.