Friday, 6 December 2013

Sunderland V Tottenham live Stream Premier League – Preview 7th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 7th December 2013, One of the important match  Sunderland V Tottenham of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Sunderland V Tottenham streaming is available here  Sunderland V Tottenham Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Stadium of Light 12/07/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Sunderland V Tottenham Live Stream Sunderland V Tottenham, Sunderland V Tottenham online free,Sunderland V Tottenham Live High Quality Streaming video.Sunderland V Tottenham at Stadium of Light Saturday 7th December 2013, kick-off 17:30 (GMT). Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet is still without Keiren Westwood and Carlos Cuellar.Goalkeeper Westwood has a shoulder injury while Spanish defender Cuellar is still troubled by a hip complaint. Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen misses out after rolling his ankle against Fulham in midweek.
Moussa Dembele faces a fitness test after a hip problem, while a foot injury denies former Sunderland loanee Danny Rose a Wearside return.
For the second time in four days Gus Poyet faces one of his former clubs, hoping for a more sedate affair than the seven-goal thriller against Chelsea and a more positive Sunderland outcome.
After this encounter, three of their remaining four matches this year are away from home and picking up points at the Stadium of Light is going to be pivotal in the survival battle.
They begin the weekend five points from safety and will be well aware that they cannot afford to be cut adrift over the festive and New Year period. It's a big challenge ahead for a team that have won only four times in their last 29 league matches.
There's no doubt that Poyet has given them renewed spirit and togetherness, as was shown by coming back at Chelsea in the week, but they need more defensive stability having kept only two clean sheets and conceded 28 goals.
They are hardly facing one of the league's most prolific sides. Tottenham's two late and most welcome goals to beat Fulham in midweek only took their season tally to 13, the same number that Luis Suarez has scored alone.
It's an area that will need rectifying as the season goes on if Spurs are going to break into the top four.
The response after the thrashing at Manchester City has been both encouraging and much needed for Andre Villas-Boas. He won't need reminding of the importance of some consistency ahead though - the win at Fulham was their first in five games and just their third in nine matches.
They have won more games away than at White Hart Lane but will be wary of what happened to Manchester City recently on Wearside, Sunderland will be dreaming of an exact repeat.

Spurs have not lost to Sunderland in their last six Premier League matches, with the Black Cats scoring just three goals.
In 12 Premier League trips to Wearside, Tottenham have won more times (five) than they have lost (four). They are unbeaten in their last three visits.

Sunderland have scored four own goals this season, at least two more than any other side.
The Black Cats have had just 33 shots on target this season - the lowest tally in the top flight.
They have lost a league-high eight points from winning positions this season.

Tottenham are one of only two teams (along with Newcastle) yet to score more than twice in a Premier League game this season.
They have lost just two of their last eight Premier League away matches.
Spurs are one of only two sides in the top half of the table to have a minus goal difference. 

Competition: Premier League   
Sunderland V Tottenham                                                                                               
Date: Saturday 7th December 2013
Kickoff: 17:30 GMT
Venue: Stadium of Light                                     
Live/Repeat: Live