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As Spurs look to tighten their grip on third place, they face an in form Liverpool side at Anfield, that still harbour hopes of securing a top four finish. Nikhil Saglani looks ahead to the encounter, with the Premier League's two in form players at the forefront of his thoughts
Another week passes and yet another highlight reel moment from Tottenham's mercurial hitman Gareth Bale.
This may seem a pointless question to ask on the face of it. A lot of fans would argue that surely all the support Bale can get will help him flourish.
It's nice being linked with moves for the likes of Fernando Llorente and Radamel Falcao, but without the lure of Champions League football; this calibre of players won't be arriving any time soon. With it, Jamie Wells looks at the possibility of giving youth, and players who care about Tottenham Hotspur, a first team opportunity.
We're so close to the midway point of the season, you can almost reach out and touch it. It's fair to say Spurs have had a number of stand out performers over the last five months, with the Andre Villas-Boas engine beginning to gain momentum. With it, Nick Harris has opted to look at the players that have made a difference to the North London side so far this season.
Ask any fan of a world class Spurs player and the first top pop into your head is Gareth Bale. The Welshman may not be of the same level as Cristiano Ronaldo, but he is certainly one of the game's most naturally gifted Wingers. Nikhil Saglani gives us the low down on a player he is quite happy to call his favourite.
I’ve never been a condoner of diving, even if it sees the team I’m supporting pick up maximum points.
It was a historic win against Manchester United and after the 1-1 draw with Panathinaikos; Spurs return to domestic duties once again, welcoming Aston Villa to White Hart Lane. However, was it the 3-2 win that has completely changed the North Londoners season? Matt Walsh looks into it...
A win. A home win. Three points. At White Hart Lane. The first victory for Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane under the stewardship of Andre Villas-Boas.
Well, that was certainly a shock to Tottenham Hotspur fans, it must be said.
I love and loathe the transfer window. A love-hate relationship, if you will.