2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
13-5-5, 5th in English Premier League
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2hDan Kilpatrick

Poch sees assistant Perez as right hand

Thrust together at Espanyol, Mauricio Pochettino and Jesus Perez return to St. Mary's as confidants steering an efficient Tottenham machine.

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Premier League Predictor: Week 24 (4:02)
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22hThomas McIlroy, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: Lucas Moura to Spurs

Lucas Moura to Tottenham and Hector Bellerin to Juventus are two of the day's transfer rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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1dESPN staff

Juventus plot Eriksen, Ozil moves

In search of a true No. 10, Juventus weigh winter moves for Christian Eriksen and Mesut Ozil. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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2dDan Kilpatrick

Alderweireld nears Spurs return - sources

Tottenham expect to be without Harry Winks for at least the next two matches but Toby Alderweireld is closing in on a return to full training.

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2dESPN staff

UEFA: Sponsorships enlarging financial gap

The financial gap between Europe's biggest clubs and the rest of the continent is increasing because of the growing impact of sponsorships, UEFA says.

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Player Power Rankings: Barca duo dominate (2:38)
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4dAdriana Garcia

Pochettino avoids Real Madrid speculation

When asked about links to the Spanish giants, Pochettino said he is happy at Tottenham Hotspur and that "football will take me where [it] wants to."

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4dDan Kilpatrick

Regis had 'massive' impact - Spurs' Pleat

Pleat was among the first to scout Regis, who died Monday, and said that the impact he made in changing English football's landscape was "massive."

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4dDan Kilpatrick

Spurs' Wanyama: Injury 'lowest point of career'

Wanyama was sidelined for over four months with damaged knee cartilage before finally returning as a substitute in Spurs' win at Swansea on Jan. 2.

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4dDan Kilpatrick

Spurs' Kane keen to reach 100 Prem goals

A brace against Southampton on Sunday would make Kane the 27th player to score 100 or more Premier League goals since the division's launch in 1992.

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ICYMI: Real Madrid & Man City lose, Kane & Messi break records (1:13)
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Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 23 (3:23)
ESPN FC's Premier League Team of the Weekend
5dAlex Shaw

Super Kane makes our XI ... again

A couple of Liverpool heroes and a collection of Tottenham stars make our Team of the Weekend, bossed by Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool beat Man City.

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Pochettino: Son's form overshadowed by Kane (0:45)
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Pochettino: Kane can achieve what he wants (0:43)
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6dJohn Crace

Son, Kane dismantle struggling Everton

It was all about Son Heung-min and Harry Kane against Everton, as the duo combined for three goals and a countless number of other chances for Spurs.

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Top 5 Premier League goals of the day (1:38)
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6dDan Kilpatrick

Poch hails Spurs' belief since defeat to City

Mauricio Pochettino hailed the way his Tottenham team has responded to last month's one-sided defeat at Manchester City after they thrashed Everton.

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Premier League: Chelsea 'abysmal,' Spurs in full flow (1:16)
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6dNick Ames

Son at the forefront as Spurs thrash Everton

Son Heung-min was at the forefront of everything for Tottenham, as the now indispensable Korean and Spurs picked apart Everton, writes Nick Ames.

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6dESPN staff

Kane stars as Spurs thrash Everton

England striker Kane took his Spurs total in the competition to 98, leaving him one clear of White Hart Lane legend Teddy Sheringham.

2017-18 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City232021+5062
Manchester United231553+3250
Liverpool231382+2647
Chelsea231454+2547
Tottenham Hotspur231355+2544
Arsenal231166+1139
Burnley23977-134
Leicester City23878+231
Everton237610-1327
Watford237511-926
West Ham United236710-1225
Crystal Palace236710-1225
AFC Bournemouth236611-1124
Huddersfield Town236611-2024
Newcastle United236512-1023
Brighton & Hove Albion235810-1223
Southampton234910-1121
Stoke City235513-2720
West Bromwich Albion2331010-1219
Swansea City234514-2117

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference25Tied-4th
Goals Scored464th
Assists31Tied-4th
Goals Conceded215th