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Fulham v Tottenham - Match Stats

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Barclaycard Premiership - Fulham v Tottenham -
16:00 24/03/02

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Tottenham - (The Spurs)

Stadium:

White Hart Lane
Manager:

Glenn Hoddle (Mar 2002)
Games 53 W42%, D19%, L40%
Position in League:

9th
Total Home Away
Discipline
Points 38 27 11 Fouls 408
Goals for 39 28 11 Yellows 44
Goals against 45 22 23 Reds 5
  • It's Tottenham's fourth London derby in succession. They've lost the last three, in addition to an away League game at Manchester United. FA Cup and Premiership defeats by Chelsea and last Monday's home reverse by Charlton mean that Glenn Hoddle's side have conceded 13 goals in four outings and scored none.
  • Tottenham have already won at Craven Cottage this season. They defeated the Cottagers 2-1 in the Fourth Round of the Worthington Cup in November.
  • 4 wins in last 9 League and Cup games
  • Won 2 of last 5 Premiership matches
  • Drawn 1 of last 17 in all competitions
  • 1 draw in last 10 top flight encounters
  • Lost 5 of last 6 confrontations
  • 8 defeats in last 13 top division duels
  • Failed to score in 5 of last 10 contests
  • Failed to find the net in 4 of last 6 League clashes
  • 1 clean sheet in last 8
  • Managed 1 clean sheet in last 13 top tier League outings

  • Lost last 4 - 3 Premiership , 1 FAC
  • Lost last 4 away - 3 Premiership , 1 WC
  • Lost last 4 away Premiership matches
  • Without an away league win in 7 [1 draw, 6 defeats]
  • Gone 12 since a draw (6 in the Premiership )
  • Not scored in 4 [387 mins / 6 hrs 27 mins]
  • Gone 6 without a clean sheet
  • Gone 9 league games since a clean sheet
  • 12 clean sheets - 6 in Premiership
  • Failed to score 8 times - 7 in Premiership
  • Lost last four against Manchester United (4-0, A, Premiership , 6 Mar), Chelsea (0-4, H, FAC, 10 Mar), Chelsea (4-0, A, Premiership , 13 Mar) and Charlton (0-1, H, Premiership , 18 Mar).
  • Last away win was 0-2 at Coventry in the Third Round of the FA Cup on 16 January, 2002
  • Last away Premiership win was 0-1 at West Ham on 24 November, 2001.
  • Last draw was 1-1, at home to Everton in the Premiership on 19 January, 2002.
  • Involved in one of the four highest scoring Premier League matches this season. Eight goals were registered in Manchester United's 5-3 win at Spurs on 29 September.
  • One of two clubs to have been 'doubled' on most occasions this season - 4. The other is Leicester.
  • Hit the woodwork 15 times in Premiership matches this season - that's more occasions than any other club
  • Premiership doubles achieved - 1
  • Premiership doubles suffered - 4
  • 5 Red cards - 4 in Premiership
  • Ever presents - 0

    Away league results so far

    TOP SCORERS
  • Ferdinand - 15(9 lge, 6 cup)
  • Also: Poyet - 12(8 lge, 4 cup), Sheringham - 8(5 lge, 3 cup),
    Davies - 7(4 lge, 3 cup)
    , Ziege - 7(5 lge, 2 cup)
    CAREER MILE STONES
  • Chris ARMSTRONG needs a brace to score 50 League goals for Tottenham
  • Tim SHERWOOD is one strike away from 50 career League goals
  • If SHERWOOD plays, he'll be making the 550th club appearance of his career
    FINAL WHISTLE SCENARIO'S

  • Best - Up 2 to 7th
    If Tottenham win and,
    Aston Villa, away to Ipswich, lose and,
    Charlton, home to Bolton,lose and,
    there is a goal swing to Tottenham of 7 goals

  • Worst - Down 3 to 12th
    if Tottenham lose and
    Southampton, away to Sunderland, win and
    Middlesborough, away to Man U, win with a 3 goal swing.
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Fulham FC - (The Cottagers)

Stadium:

Craven Cottage
Manager:

Jean Tigana(Jul 2000)
Games 98, W49%, D31%, L21%
Position in League:

12th
Total Home Away
Discipline
Points 35 24 11 Fouls 438
Goals for 30 18 12 Yellows 43
Goals against 36 13 23 Reds 1
  • FA Cup semi-finalists Fulham are aiming for only a second win in 16 home League meetings with Spurs. They've been in freefall for a month, having lost their last five Premiership matches in their worst spell under Jean Tigana.
  • 1 win in last 6 League and Cup games
  • Won 1 of last 9 Premiership matches
  • Drawn 1 of last 11 in all competitions
  • 1 draw in last 8 top flight encounters
  • Lost 6 of last 10 domestic confrontations
  • 6 defeats in last 8 top division duels
  • Failed to score in 1 of last 8 contests
  • Failed to find the net in 1 of the last 6 League clashes
  • 1 clean sheet in last 7
  • Managed 2 clean sheets in last 10 top tier League outings
  • Lost last 5 Premiership games.
  • Gone 8 since draw
  • Lost the last five Premiership games against Middlesbrough (2-1, A, 19 Feb), Arsenal (4-1, A, 23 Feb), Liverpool (0-2, H, 2 Mar), Chelsea (3-2, A, 6 Mar) and Everton (2-1, A, 16 Mar).
  • Last Premiership win was 2-0 at home to Blackburn on 9 February, 2002.
  • One of five clubs to have drawn most home Premiership matches - 6. The others are Aston Villa, Bolton, Leeds and Leicester.
  • Conceded the earliest Premiership goal this season. David Unsworth's 27th second strike for Everton at Goodison on 16 March is the quickest top flight goal so far this campaign.
  • Registered more top division goalless draws than any other club - 6.
  • Caught offside 62 times and committed 357 fouls in Premiership matches this season - that's fewer than any other club on both counts
  • 15 clean sheets - 12 in Premiership
  • Failed to score 11 times - All in Premiership.
  • Premiership doubles achieved - 0
  • Premiership doubles suffered - 2
  • Ever presents - 2
    Steve Finnan, Steed Malbranque
  • Started every game - 1 Steve Finnan


    Home league results so far
    TOP SCORERS
  • Hayles - 11 (7 lge, 4 cups)
  • Also: Malbranque - 9(7 lge, 2 cups), Saha - 8(7 lge, 1 cups),
    Steve Marlet 7(4 lge, 3 cups), Legwinski 5(3 lge, 2 cups)
    FINAL WHISTLE SCENARIO'S

  • Best - Up 3 to 9th
    If Fulham win and,
    Southampton lose or draw away at Sunderland.

  • Worst - Down 3 to 15th
    If Fulham lose, and
    Middlesbrough, away to Man U, at least draw and,
    Sunderland , home to Southampton, win and
    Everton, away to Derby, win.
    CAREER MILE STONES
  • Barry HAYLES is a double strike away from 50 goals for Fulham
  • If he plays, Bjarne GOLDBAEK will be making his 100th appearance in the English League
  • If involved, John TROLLOPE will be making his 100th appearance for the Cottagers
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Head to Head

  • The reverse fixture earlier in the season was marked by Les Ferdinand's opener for Spurs. It was the Premier League's 10,000th goal. Darren Anderton scored his first White Hart Lane goal in nearly a year, Serguei Rebrov netted his first Premiership goal of the season and Simon Davies got the other as Spurs wrapped up a comprehensive 4-0 win.
  • Tottenham are therefore on course in Glenn Hoddle's 50th game in charge, to add the name of Fulham to that of Sunderland, as the one club they've 'doubled' this season.
  • The first ever Premiership fixture between Fulham and Spurs at Craven Cottage, but the second time these clubs have met there this season. Tottenham won the Worthington Cup Fourth Round fixture 1-2 on 29 November, when Serguei Rebrov and Simon Davies did the damage.
  • Fulham have won only one of their last 15 home League fixtures against Spurs since 1946. That was 4-1 in the old League - Division One on 13 February, 1965.
  • Tottenham eclipsed Fulham 4-0 in the reverse fixture in December and are now hoping to capture their seventh League 'double' over the Cottagers since the fixture was first contested in 1908
  • Last 0-0 draw was in an old First Division game on March 25 1961 (a day short of 41 years).
  • 5 of the last 10 meetings have ended in draws.
  • There has not been a sending off in this corresponding League fixture.


    Previous results between the two clubs

    Premiership reverse match report Tottenham v Fulham 15/12/01

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Disciplinary:

Matchday Referee:
Paul Durkin from Portland
, Dorset

Paul Durkin is the grand old man of the Premiership as he has been a Premier League referee since its inception back in 1992. So far in other Premiership games Ref Durkin has shown to be a homer with 60% of his cautions going to the visitors. He gives out slightly more yellows than the average and although he has decided on only 5 penalties in his 15 Premiership games that rate is twice as many as the average.

Mr Durkin's busiest game this season was the 1-0 West Ham win at Man U when he dished out 8 yellows, 5 to Man U players and 3 to Hammer players.

Ref Durkin has reffed just one Fulham game this season the 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa back in October when he booked Sean Davis for a foul.

Mr. Durkin's score sheet Average Premiership Referee score sheet
Total Match
Avg
Total Match
Avg
Games 15 13
Fouls 436 29.07 385 25.65
Penalties 5 0.33 2.54 0.17
Yellow cards 39 2.60 40 2.64
Red Cards 3 0.20 3 0.18
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