10. Tottenham and Newcastle meet for the 136th time in the league on Saturday, with Spurs boasting a 57-48 win-loss record over their Premier League rivals. Another Tottenham win is priced at 1.65. 9. Newcastle, however, beat Spurs in the reverse fixture last August 2-1 and are 5.25 to do the double over the London club for the first time since 2007/08. 8. The Magpies have won two on the bounce after ending a run of six games without a victory between Boxing Day and 19 January. They are 17.00 to again beat Spurs 2-1. 7. Spurs won their first match in four against West Brom last weekend, Gareth Bale scoring the only goal despite Spurs’ seven efforts on target. Another 1-0 result is available at 8.00. 6. Bale’s strike was his 13th of the campaign and the fourth time he has scored last in a Spurs match this season. The winger is 5.75 to score last on Saturday. 5. Newcastle haven’t beaten Spurs at White Hart Lane since a 4-1 result in March 2008 and haven’t kept a clean sheet in eight visits. Alan Pardew’s side are 10.00 to win without conceding. 4. Emmanuel Adebayor returns to domestic action after representing Togo in the Africa Cup of Nations. He has scored five goals against Newcastle in his career and is 5.75 favourite to net first. Here's Adebayor’s most clinical finish against Newcastle, which came during his time at Arsenal:
3. Spurs beat Newcastle 5-0 in this fixture last season, their heaviest victory over the Magpies since a 7-0 result in November 1950. Saturday’s match is 5.50 to again exceed 4.5 goals. 2. Both teams have scored in ten of the last 13 games between these two. Both teams to score is 1.67 this weekend. 1. Newcastle have lost on all three their trips to London this season, with an aggregate score of 4-11. They are 3.85 to win Draw No Bet and 1.45 to score on Saturday.