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Stoke have an appalling away record in the Premiership, conceding 15 in their last five games on their travels, and with Tim Sherwood looking for a more attacking display at home, with Adebayor and Soldado up front, there could well be plenty of goals at White Hart Lane today.
Tim Sherwood will no doubt hope to address Tottenham’s poor home record when Stoke travel to London.
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Tottrnham have won just three times in front of their fans dropping 12 points at White Hart Lane. Their form is in stark contrast to last season when they lost just three times all season.
The most reason slip up came on Boxing Day when the club could only draw 1-1 with West Bromwich Albion with Christian Eriksen’s 25 yard effort cancelled out by Jonas Olsson two minutes later.
The game was Sherwood’s first in charge since he was handed an 18 month contract last week by the Spurs hierarchy and the former Blackburn captain will hope to secure his first win against a Stoke side reeling from their 5-1 defeat to Newcastle.
The Potters had two players sent off against the Magpies with Glenn Whelan and Marc Wilson both seeing red. The pair will now miss the trip to London through suspension joining Asmir Begovic in the stands.
The in-form goalkeeper broke his finger on Boxing Day and faces six weeks on the sidelines. Mark Hughes is also missing Robert Huth for the clash with fellow defender Ryan Shawcross emerging as a doubt.
Despite the absence of some key men, Hughes is hoping his side can use the heavy defeat against Newcastle to their advantage and put in a strong performance in London.
“We’ve got a big game at Tottenham and we have to move on quickly,” he said.
“I think events at Newcastle will bring us closer together. When you feel aggrieved, you pick yourself up and go again.
“We can use that frustration and make sure that the group is strong going up against a good Tottenham side.
“We have to remember that we are playing with confidence and are on a good run. If you are beaten and performed poorly, then you hold your hands up, but that wasn’t the case.”
Spurs meanwhile welcome back Paulinho following suspension. The Brazilian has missed the last three games following the card he sustained against Liverpool.
Kyle Walker will be missing however after picking up his fifth yellow card of the campaign against the Baggies.
Sherwood will also be without Aaron Lennon and Jan Verthongen and is sweating on the fitness of Mousa Dembele (ankle), Andros Townsend (hamstring), Sandro (calf) and defender Younes Kaboul (thigh).