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Spurs Odyssey Reviews the Premier League Season
for 2022-23 - Matchday 14

Premier League Review – Matchday 14

Saturday 5th November, 2022

Leeds 4-3 Bournemouth (15.00)

After 8 games without a win, Leeds have now won two consecutive games. Last week they beat Liverpool away. Spurs have only ever managed that twice and haven’t won at Anfield since 2011. This week, Leeds fans’ heads were down when they went 3-1 down to Bournemouth after 48 minutes. Depression turned to joy in the extreme as the home side came back and won 4-3.

Leeds climbed to 15th, three points above the bottom three. Their next opponents are Spurs on Saturday.

Manchester City 2-1 Fulham (15.00)

Erling Haaland didn’t start the game, but after coming off the bench in the 64th minute he had one "goal" disallowed for offside but scored the winner with a penalty in the fifth minute of added time. City had taken a 16th minute lead through Alvarez, but Fulham levelled with a Pereira penalty conceded by Cancelo, who was sent off for preventing a goal-scoring opportunity when fouling Harry Wilson. Spurs fans were mystified the next day as the same VAR denied them a penalty when Alexander-Arnold shoved Ryan Sessegnon in the back.

Haaland now has 19 Premier League goals to his name. Last season’s Golden boot was won with 23 goals!

Nottingham Forest 2-2 Brentford (15.00)

Forest were indebted to a 96th minute own goal by Jorgensen (aka Zanka) to salvage a draw. Morgan Gibbs-White had opened the scoring with his first goal of the season, but goals by Mbeumo (penalty) and Wissa gave Brentford hopes of a first away win.

Wolves 2-3 Brighton (15.00)

Former Spain and Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui was announced as the new Wolves manager, but he hasn’t taken over yet. Wolves increased their goals scored by a third and even had a 2-1 lead after Neves scored a 35th minute penalty, but Brighton came back and scored an 83rd minute winner through Pascal Gross. Semedo was sent off late in the first half for a foul on Mitoma, who had scored Brighton’s second goal in the 44th minute.

Everton 0-2 Leicester (17.30 SKY)

James Maddison starred for Leicester in this game and is being spoken of in terms of Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad. Maddison claimed the assists for both Leicester’s goals scored by Tielemans (45mins) and Barnes (86 mins).

Leicester have now won three of their last four games and climbed out of the relegation zone. The "Foxes" have also had clean sheets in four of their last five games, and their only defeat was a 1-0 to Manchester City.

Everton were pretty toothless, and Calvert-Lewin went off injured after an hour. His World Cup hopes must be in doubt.

Sunday 6th November, 2022

Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal (12.00 BT SPORT)

Arsenal won through Gabriel’s 63rd minute close range goal. Arsenal are flying, whilst Graham Potter’s Chelsea have lost two and drawn two of their last four league games. They are away to Manchester City in tomorrow night’s League Cup match (Wednesday 9th November) and visit third-placed Newcastle on Saturday.

Aston Villa 3-1 Man Utd (14.00)

Villa had a sensational start in their last home game and also scored early goals in this game which was Unai Emery’s first game in charge. Jacob Ramsey had his name associated with three of the four goals. First, he assisted Bailey’s seventh minute opener. He scored a 45th minute own goal to get United back to 2-1 down and scored Villa’s third goal just after the break. Lucas Digne scored Villa’s second goal in the 11th minute with a great free kick.

The fact that both Chelsea and Manchester United lost today means that Spurs will be in the top four during the World Cup interruption, but a home win against Leeds on Saturday would be a great morale-booster.

Southampton 1-4 Newcastle (14.00 SKY)

Southampton manager Ralf Hasenhuttl was sacked following this heavy defeat by Newcastle, which left the victors in third place and the losers third from bottom. At the time of writing, Southampton have been given permission to approach Luton manager Nathan Jones, whose appointment is very likely.

Newcastle are now unbeaten in 9 league games, 6 of which have been victories. They have scored four goals in their last two games. Today’s goals were scored by Almiron (his eighth of the season), second half substitute Chris Wood, Willock and Guimaraes. Salisu’s 89th minute goal was a consolation with Newcastle already three up.

West Ham 1-2 Crystal Palace (14.00)

West Ham finished top of their Europa Conference League group this week with a sixth group win, but they find themselves at the wrong end of the Premier league table after Palace gained their first away win of the season.

Palace scored a late 94th minute winner through Olise, assisted by Zaha, who had levelled the scores in the 41st minute after Benrahma’s 20th minute goal. Most of the reported crowd of 62, 451 did not go home happy.

Spurs 1-2 Liverpool (16.30 SKY)

Spurs v Liverpool, 06.11.22

As mentioned in Declan Mulcahy’s report Hugo Lloris made his 100th consecutive appearance in a Premier League game. It was also his 350th Premier League appearance (all for Spurs of course), and 436th club appearance. 17 more appearances this season will put him sixth in our all-time list of club appearances.

Harry Kane’s 194th Premier League goal was his 260th club goal leaving him just 6 behind the wonderful record of Jimmy Greaves. Jimmy’s Spurs total was achieved in 379 appearances. Harry has now made 406 appearances for the club.

Tottenham Hotspur’s one win in the last 22 meetings with Liverpool was a 4-1 at Wembley Stadium on October 22nd 2017. Harry Kane scored twice in that game. Mo Salah scored Liverpool’s goal.


            Premier League Table

               P  W  D  L   F-A   GD   Pts

 1. Arsenal   13 11  1  1  31-11  20   34
 2. Man City  13 10  2  1  39-12  27   32
 3. Newcastle 14  7  6  1  28-11  17   27 
 4. Spurs     14  8  2  4  27-18   9   26  
 5. Man Utd   13  7  2  4  18-19  -1   23 
 6. Brighton  13  6  3  4  22-17   5   21
 7. Chelsea   13  6  3  4  17-16   1   21
 8. Liverpool 13  5  4  4  25-16   9   19
 9. Fulham    14  5  4  5  23-24  -1   19
10. C. Palace 13  5  4  4  15-17  -2   19
11. Brentford 14  3  7  4  21-24  -3   16
12. Leeds     13  4  3  6  19-22  -3   15
13. A. Villa  14  4  3  7  14-21  -7   15
14. Leicester 14  4  2  8  23-25  -2   14
15. West Ham  14  4  2  8  12-15  -3   14 
16. Everton   14  3  5  6  11-14  -3   14
17. B'mouth   14  3  4  7  15-32 -17   13 
18. S'hampton 14  3  3  8  12-24 -12   12
19. Wolves    14  2  4  8   8-22 -14   10
20. Nottm F   14  2  4  8  10-30 -20   10
Fixtures & results - 05-06.11.22

Saturday 5th November, 2022

Leeds       4-3  B'mouth    (15.00)
Man City    2-1  Fulham     (15.00)
Nott'm F'st 2-2  Brentford  (15.00)
Wolves      2-3  Brighton   (15.00)
Everton     0-2  Leicester  (17.30 SKY)  

Sunday 6th November, 2022

Chelsea     0-1  Arsenal   (12.00 BT SPORT)
A. Villa    3-1  Man Utd   (14.00)
S'hampton   1-4  Newcastle (14.00 SKY)
West Ham    1-2  C. Palace (14.00)
Spurs       1-2  Liverpool (16.30 SKY)

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