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Opta Stats: Tottenham v Stoke

Will Tottenham be celebrating after their match with Stoke?
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Can Spurs get back to winning ways when they take on Stoke? Opta has the answers.

"Harry Kane has had a hand in seven goals in his last three Premier League games against Stoke (six goals, one assist), with a hat-trick and an assist in this exact fixture last term."

He's [3.3] to score the first goal.

Spurs have won each of their last three Premier League matches against Stoke all by a 4-0 score-line. They are [1.83] to win half-time/full-time.

Stoke have won one of their last seven away Premier League matches at Spurs (D3 L3). The draw is [6.4].

No side in the history of the top-flight of English football has won four consecutive matches against an opponent by four or more goals in each game - it has only happened twice in the history of the Football League, with Barnsley achieving it against Darlington between 1933 and 1938 and Birmingham doing so against Northwich Victoria in the 19th century. Tottenham are [1.31] to win.

Stoke have won four of their five visits to Wembley Stadium in all competitions. They're [12.0] to win again.

There have been eight red cards in the 18 previous Premier League meetings between these sides, at a rate of one every 2.25 games - the most frequent such rate of all fixtures to have been played at least 15 times. The odds of there being a sending off in the match are [5.5].

Coming in to this weekend, Tottenham Hotspur are closer to the bottom of the league (16 points) than they are the top of the Premier League (18 points). You can lay Spurs at [1.32].

Xherdan Shaqiri has been directly involved in nine goals in his last 11 league appearances (four goals, five assists) - his joint-best return in a Premier League season. Shaqiri is [7.0] to score.

Harry Kane has scored 31 Premier League goals so far in 2017 - only three players have scored more in a single Premier League calendar year: Alan Shearer (36 in 1995), Robin van Persie (35 in 2011) and Thierry Henry (34 in 2004). Kane is [1.57] to find the net.

Harry Kane has had a hand in seven goals in his last three Premier League games against Stoke (six goals, one assist), with a hat-trick and an assist in this exact fixture last term. He's [3.3] to score the first goal.

Dele Alli has scored in all three of his Premier League games against Stoke, netting four goals in total. Alli is [2.8] to add to his tally.

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