Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Sunday – Kick-off 8:15pm GMT.
This Sunday sees Spurs go head to head with Sheffield U at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Kick-off 8:15pm GMT.
Spurs will travel to Sheffield U, hoping to take points from their higher ranked rivals.
Tottenham Hotspur have 53 points to their name, going into this tie
Another victory would be a terrific achievement, but that is what Ryan Mason will be asking from his team, as they go into this game on the back of strong results after beating Fulham 0-1 and Burnley 4-0
They currently sit in seventh place, with a total of 53 points having won 15 fixtures, drawn eight matches, and lost 10 games.
When Spurs host Sheffield U, they will do so on the back of six victories and three draws on their own ground.
Tottenham Hotspur will have 56 points so far this season, should they secure a win.
Good Attacking Performance
Spurs will be pleased to have a good goal scoring record so far this season (56). Their stand out attacking players have been Heung Min Son (13), Harry Kane (13), and Lucas Moura (3). Spurs have conceded 38 goals.
Spurs’s squad will likely be depleted of two of their key players when they start on Sunday, due to injury or illness.
Struggling Sheffield United go to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday and hope for a positive result
Sheffield U will hope to increase their wins in a row, having secured a 1-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion in their last fixture.
The relegation zone is not where Sheffield U want to be at the end of the season, but that is where they are heading, unless they can get out of their losing habit. The Blades have lost 14 of their last 19 fixtures in the Premier League. With twentieth, they currently sit 17 points in the League having won five fixtures, drawn two games, and lost 26 meetings.
Sheffield U have had a disappointing run of performances on the road, having won one game, drawn one game, and lost 14 matches of their 16 League matches playing away this season.
Winning this fixture will see Sheffield United on 20 points.
It is likely that six key players will miss Sunday’s fixture, which is something of a concern for Paul Heckingbottom and his Sheffield U team.
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United Head-to-Head.
The teams have previously met each other nine times with the record being three victories and four draws for Spurs. Additionally, the two teams have been unable to break the deadlock in the last two games, with draws on each occasion.
For Spurs, Heung Min Son has netted
13 goals in 26 League games this Premier League Season, while David McGoldrick scored
seven goals in 33 League matches this campaign for Sheffield U.
Other standout players for Spurs are Harry Kane and Lucas Moura with three·goals·each and for Sheffield U are Billy Sharp and Jayden Bogle with two·goals·both.