2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
6-0-2, 5th in English Premier League
Premier League Predictor: Can Chelsea stay at the top? (3:26)
Pochettino: Eriksen's back in contention for Tottenham (0:40)
Pochettino reminds critics of Spurs' best Premier League start (0:58)

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

The Oakland Raiders will kick off the NFL London Series for 2018, with the Seattle Seahawks receiving. A sub-plot to watch: the Wembley pitch. It has rained continually in London today, and the turf could cut up badly. There are two more NFL games to come this month before Tottenham face Manchester City in the Premier League on Oct. 29.

Alli admits viral goal celebration was a surprise (0:19)
Transfer Rater: Eriksen to Real Madrid? Morata to leave? (2:33)
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8dJames Piercy, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Eriksen to Real Madrid

Christian Eriksen to Real Madrid and Matthijs de Ligt to Barcelona are two of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

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Eriksen injury not long-term concern - agent

Christian Eriksen's agent said that reports the Tottenham midfielder has a chronic abdominal injury are the result of poor media translations.

Defoe: Toronto move stopped me scoring more than Henry (3:38)
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Brazil recall Tottenham's Lucas Moura

Lucas Moura last played for Brazil two years ago and has made only three substitute appearances for the five-times World Cup winners in five years.

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11dBen Pearce

Eriksen may have serious injury - Denmark boss

Christian Eriksen has missed his club's last four matches and is also set to be absent when Denmark visit the Republic of Ireland.

ICYMI: Sanchez caps Man United comeback, unreal Mbappe & more (1:56)
11dBen Pearce

Spurs' Kane brushes off Warnock accusations

Harry Kane has refuted Cardiff manager Neil Warnock's suggestion that he put pressure on referee Mike Dean to send off Joe Ralls at Wembley.

Premier League: 26 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference85th
Goals Scored15Tied-5th
Goals Conceded75th