Tottenham go into their match with Newcastle on a high this Wednesday after victory in the North London derby. There is faint hope that they could qualify for the Champions League if they win the rest of their matches and other results go their way. With them being seven points behind Leicester (fourth) with only three games to go, it is highly unlikely. Newcastle come into this game after two consecutive defeats in the league. Steve Bruce’s side are destined to finish midtable as the European spots are too far away and they’re safely clear of relegation. Newcastle are unbeaten in their last six league matches at home and kept clean sheets in four of those outings.
While Spurs picked up a big win over Arsenal on Sunday, at home. Away from home, they’re significantly weaker and they have failed to win five of their last six away matches. They have only scored more than once in one of their last six away matches.