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Spurs Odyssey Reviews the Premiership Season
for 2013-2014 - Match 34

Eriksen is the man!

Christian Eriksen was our man of the match last Saturday. Christian has been voted our best player for the last two games, and three out of the last four matches. It's no wonder, when you bear in mind he has scored 6 goals in his last 8 games for Spurs!

Eriksen was our player of the month in September, when he was playing his early games, and also last month. He is leading the race for the April award with two games remaining.

The last time we came back from a three goal deficit was in our 125th anniversary game at home to Aston Villa on October 1st, 2007. Younes Kaboul and Aaron Lennon played in both games. Kaboul was involved in a negative fashion in last Saturday's game, with that poor back-header that led to the "Baggies'" third goal, but against Villa, he was the hero firing that late, late equaliser into the roof of the net.

Spurs, whose last six form guide reads LLWLWD, would give a lot for the recent form of Crystal Palace, who have won their last four games, including a win over Chelsea, and now an away win over Champions League hopefuls Everton.

No doubt there are still one or two twists and turns left in the Premier League run-in, but the best Tim Sherwood can surely hope for is to secure a place in the Europa League.

Our next opponents - Fulham - have also hit a bit of form, winning their last two games, and will be looking for a third win on Saturday.

See the Spursometer for our last game here



Results 12-16.04.14

C. Palace  1-0   A. Villa
Fulham     1-0   Norwich
S'hampton  0-1   Cardiff
Stoke      1-0   Newcastle
S'derland  0-1   Everton
West Brom  3-3   Spurs
Liverpool  3-2   Man City
Swansea    0-1   Chelsea
Arsenal    3-1   West Ham
Everton    2-3   C. Palace
Man City   2-2   S'derland

                Barclays Premier League

               P  W  D  L   F-A   GD   Pts

 1. Liverpool 34 24  5  5  93-42  51   77
 2. Chelsea   34 23  6  5  66-24  42   75  
 3. Man City  33 22  5  6  88-34  54   71 
 4. Arsenal   34 20  7  7  59-41  18   67
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 5. Everton   34 19  9  6  55-34  21   66 
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 6. Spurs     34 18  6 10  48-48   0   60
 7. Man Utd   33 17  6 10  56-38  18   57
 8. S'hampton 34 13  9 12  50-45   5   48 
 9. Newcastle 34 14  4 16  38-52 -14   46
10. Stoke     34 11 10 13  38-48 -10   43
11. C. Palace 34 12  4 18  27-41 -14   40
12. West Ham  34 10  7 17  38-47  -9   37
13. Hull      33 10  6 17  34-40  -6   36
14. A. Villa  33  9  5 17  35-49 -14   34
15. Swansea   34  8  9 17  45-50  -5   33
16. West Brom 33  6 15 12  40-51 -11   33
17. Norwich   34  8  8 18  26-53 -27   32
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18. Fulham    34  9  3 22  34-74 -40   30
19. Cardiff   34  7  8 19  30-64 -34   29 
20. S'derland 33  6  8 19  31-56 -25   26

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