Premier League In Focus – Tottenham vs West Brom Preview

When? Saturday 25th November 15:00 (UK)

Where? Wembley Stadium

What channel is it on? Tottenham vs West Brom will not be televised live.

Are tickets still available?

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Head-to-head – last five meetings: Tottenham W2, D3
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Tottenham W9, West Brom W3, D10
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Tottenham W56, West Brom W52, D35

45.4% of all the Premier League meetings between these two sides have ended in draws.

Tottenham have now lost three of their opening 12 Premier League games, only one fewer than in the whole of last season.

Tottenham sit second in both the Premier League average possession and pass completion charts at present with them currently at 58.1% and 83.5% respectively.

Tottenham have won their last three Premier League matches at Wembley, scoring six goals and conceding just one in the process.

Tottenham have the joint third tightest defence (with Burnley) in the Premier League this season with just nine goals conceded - an average of 0.75 goals against per game.

Tottenham have had 205 attempts on goal in the Premier League this season and they require 10.3 shots per goal on average before scoring.

Harry Kane has made the biggest contribution in terms of goals of any of the Premier League’s top 10 scorers at this point of the season. He has been responsible for 40% of Tottenham’s goals and he averages 5.9 shots per game.

West Brom have lost their last four Premier League matches – the joint current longest streak of defeats along with Swansea.

They have also failed to win any of their last 10 Premier League outings, a run of form that ultimately meant Tony Pulis lost his job as West Brom boss. This is also currently the longest streak without a win in the Premier League.

The Baggies have not won since the second weekend of the season when they beat Burnley at Turf Moor. Since then, their record has been four draws and six defeats.

In that period they have conceded 18 goals – an average of 1.8 goals against per game. This comes after keeping two clean sheets in their first two matches.

West Brom have had the second lowest amount of shots on goal in the Premier League this season – 103.

West Brom have the lowest average possession in the Premier League at present at just 40.3%

Last season, Tottenham were in scintillating form at White Hart Lane and the visit of West Brom was no different as they made light work of what was then Tony Pulis’ team with a lunchtime stroll that ended with a 4-0 home win.