Opta Stats: Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur

Newcastle have lost just one of their last eight PL home games against Spurs (W5 D2 L1), but this defeat came last season. Spurs are [2.34] to win.

Since defeating Arsenal in February, Tottenham have won just three of their eight Premier League matches (W3 D2 L3). Newcastle are [3.35] to win.

Since the start of last season Newcastle have picked up 11 Premier League red cards, more than any other team in that period. The odds of a player being sent off are likely to be around [4.5].

If the season had started on Boxing Day Newcastle would be only one point clear of the relegation zone. They are [29.0] to be relegated.

Newcastle have lost their last five games. If they lose this it will match their worst ever Premier League run of defeats, set last spring. Spurs are [3.95] to win half-time/full-time.

Tottenham have gone 202 minutes without a goal away from home in the Premier League. Newcastle are [4.5] to keep a clean sheet.

Harry Kane has not gone three Premier League appearances without scoring since December. Kane is [2.05] to score.

Kane is tied with Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa on 19 goals currently. The last season to see the top scorer end with fewer than 20 goals was 2008-09 (Anelka finished with 19). He is [5.0] to score the first goal.

Newcastle substitutes have contributed a league-high nine goals this season. The Spurs half-time/Newcastle double result is [15.5].

Tottenham have conceded seven penalties in the Premier League this season, more than any other side. Over 2.5 goals is [1.9].