Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 4 April, 2.05pm BST
Tottenham will be looking to close the gap separating them from the top four when they face Newcastle on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho’s side moved to within three points of the final Champions League spot when they beat Aston Villa (opens in new tab) 2-0 prior to the international break. There has been much doom and gloom around the club of late, largely due to their unexpected elimination from the Europa League last month, but Spurs (opens in new tab) have actually won four of their last five Premier League games.
They sit sixth in the standings at present, but victory here would keep them within touching distance of the top four. With the League Cup final to come later this month, the 2020/21 campaign could still be a successful one for Tottenham.
Newcastle (opens in new tab)’s priorities are rather more modest, and most supporters would now settle for a 17th-place finish. That is the position in the table Steve Bruce’s side occupy going into the weekend, with Fulham (opens in new tab) just two points behind them (although the Magpies do have a game in hand). Winless in their last six top-flight outings, Newcastle desperately need to start picking up results to pull clear of the drop zone.
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Tottenham will need to assess Son Heung-min after the South Korea international picked up a hamstring injury against Arsenal (opens in new tab) last month, but Mourinho hopes to have him available from the start. Erik Lamela is available again following suspension, but Ben Davies, Matt Doherty and Sergio Reguilon are all doubts. Gareth Bale looks set to remain on the bench.
Newcastle hope to have Allan Saint-Maximin back in the fold soon, but this match may come too soon for the Frenchman. Callum Wilson is still out with a hamstring issue, while Isaac Hayden and Fabian Schar are both nursing knee problems. Martin Dubravka has been suffering with a bout of illness but is expected to start between the sticks.
Kick-off is at 2.05pm BST and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League (opens in new tab) in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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