Is this finally the game where Tottenham pick up 3 league points? Hull were considered certainties for relegation at the start of the season but what Spurs fan wouldn’t want to swop their start for ours? On form, Hull should be favourites for this game. They are big outsiders. Is there any reason why the same players that haven’t managed to win in their first six league games can beat a side that only last week turned Arsenal over at the Emirates?
Roman Pavlyuchenko and Vedran Corluka are available again after being inelligeble for the Uefa Cup tie against Wisla Krakow.
Alan Hutton is still out and Ledley King is likely to be rested again.
Hull have doubts over Nick Barmby, Marlon King and Anthony Gardner.
Head To Head
Nothing much to go on here as the sides haven’t met since 1981.
Spurs have only taken two points from the last 21 on offer in the Premier League. They have also gone 13 matches in the Premiership without scoring more than a single goal in a game.
Hull have gained 7 of the last 9 points on offer in the league. They are aiming for a third successive away league victory.
Here we go again, yet another game we expect to win but as it stands, could easily lose. Spurs are priced up on reputation and Hull look at cracking price at 5/1 with Stan James. I know people still expect us to win a game like this at home but while I’m hopefully, I just don’t see