Premier League In Focus – Tottenham vs Huddersfield Preview

When? Saturday 3rd March, 15:00 (UK)

Where? Wembley Stadium

What channel is it on? Tottenham vs Huddersfield will not be televised live in the UK

Are tickets still available?

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Where can I stream the match? N/A

Last five meetings: Tottenham W3, D2
Premier League meetings: Tottenham W1
All-time meetings: Tottenham W12, Huddersfield W16, D13


Predicted line-up: Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies; Dembele, Wanyama; Eriksen, Alli, Lamela; Kane

Unavailable: Alderweireld (Injured)

Doubtful: Vertonghen (Injured), Dembele (Injured)


Predicted line-up: Lossl; Kongolo, Schindler, Jorgensen, Hadergjonaj; Williams, Hogg; Quaner, Pritchard, Van La Parra; Mounie

Unavailable: Stankovic (Injured), Kachunga (Injured), Scannell (Injured)

Doubtful: Lowe (Injured), Mooy (Injured), Billing (Injured)

Tottenham have gone ten Premier League games without defeat, the longest current streak in the division and it is that run of form which has seen them move into the top four at the expense of Chelsea. This Saturday sees them presented with the opportunity to move five points clear of last season’s league champions for 24 hours at least as they play host to Huddersfield, knowing that a win would further enhance their chances of returning to the Champions League next season.

Huddersfield have picked up successive league wins and they could not have come at a better time as those additional six points has seen them move to 14th in the table. They are just about keeping their heads above water at present but defeat at Wembley this weekend could well see them sink back down the table as Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be heavy favourites to pick up all three points.

The only previous Premier League meeting between these two sides was back in late September of 2017. Mauricio Pochettino’s side made light work of Huddersfield as they strolled to a 4-0 away win. The game was all but over after 23 minutes as Tottenham raced into a three-goal lead, while Moussa Sissoko rounded off the scoring with an injury-time strike of his own. A comprehensive win for Spurs and a harsh dose of Premier League reality for David Wagner and his players.