FT: Spurs 0 Newcastle 1

Tottenham 0 Newcastle 1. Boos ring out around White Hart Lane as the visitors take the spoils. Krul in inspired form and helped the Magpies to a hard-fought win. Missed opportunity for Spurs.

Eriksen glances forward, but Williamson gets between two Spurs players to win the ball in the air. One last chance maybe for the hosts. Soldado lets the ball bounce off him.

Newcastle with everyone back. They are desperate to hold on to his lead that they have fought so hard to preserve. Santon able to run them down the left towards the corner. Flag then goes up against Defoe.

Newcastle can't keep the ball in the Spurs half. Friedel able to hammer long. Dawson now playing up front. Debuchy can hack back to halfway. Townsend then unable to get around Obertan.

Walker goes long, but Williamson can head clear under no pressure. Sandro and Santon slide into a full-blooded challenge. Spurs collect the ball, but a cross into the box sees Paulinho fail to get enough power on a header to test Krul.

Sissoko hobbles off. He will be back. Cabaye over the free-kick, with no-one to aim at in the box. Wasted by Newcastle as they give the ball back to Spurs.

Five minutes of stoppage-time to be played.

Newcastle in no hurry to get going again. Sissoko still down and physios are on. Seconds ticking down on Tottenham. Visitors likely to try and keep the ball down the near the corner flag.

Cynical challenge by Dawson on Sissoko as he leads a counter. He has no complaints about the yellow card.

Brave block by Anita to deny Vertonghen on the edge of the box. Debuchy then puts in a silly challenge which concedes a free-kick in a dangerous position - 25 yards of goal, left of centre. Eriksen goes for goal, but Krul can punch clear rather than risk a catch.

Walker's cross from the right isn't the best. He barely got the ball off the ground, but it does cannon behind for a corner. Eriksen takes. Another handball shout as the ball drops in the box, but again nothing given.

Obertan happy to hold the ball up on the left and keep possession. Cisse was unmarked in the middle for a moment. Spurs build from the back again, with Dawson flying forward. Townsend's cross is seen to safety.

Newcastle win a throw inside their own half, which Debuchy tries to fire long. Cisse can't get in between Dawson and Kaboul. Spurs then go up with a hopeful handball shout against Yanga-Mbiwa, which is waved away.

Krul glances at the stadium clock. Looking at the corner again. Vertonghen's header clattered off the crossbar. With the ball now out of play, Newcastle make their third change. Obertan replaces Gouffran.

Linesman gets in a muddle as he awards a throw to Newcastle, only to then change his mind. Right call made in the end. Spurs work the ball to Sandro, who sees an effort flick wide. Corner seen out..just.

Stats are telling us that Krul has made 12 saves today - some return. He might be required again here as Yanga-Mbiwa allows the ball to drop before hacking into the stands. Krul was rooted to his line looking the defender to take charge.

All of the noise at the moment coming from the Newcastle fans. Spurs fans keeping their fingers crossed foe a moment of inspiration. No such luck, with Krul denying them again. He stops Paulinho with his legs, before getting up to smother a shot from Vertonghen.

Friedel bowls the ball out quickly to Kaboul. He sets off down field again, and finds Defoe. He collides with Vertonghen and ends up conceding a throw. Crossed wires from the hosts. Defoe and Vertonghen have words. Frustration boiling over.

Kaboul allowed to drift into the Newcastle half. Just about every player on the park is clustered in front of him and a looping ball forward offers little. Newcastle happy to hack clear.

Eriksen fails to make contact with the ball in midfield, and then plays a terrible pass into Tiote. Cabaye looks long for Cisse, who has drifted offside. Shouldn't have been as he was looking along the line.

Ambitious first-time effort from Cisse flashes over the top. He had no time in which to take a touch and struck a volley cleanly. Meanwhile, Anita has taken a knock off Sandro. Should be okay.

Soldado caught offside. As the ball drops over his shoulder, he fires wide of the target anyway. Sums up Spurs. Nearly, but not quite. Newcastle standing firm at the moment.

Walker into the feet of Soldado. He looks to turn the ball across the face of goal, but Santon is there to bundle behind. Poor delivery from Townsend which is cleared by the first man. The England man tries again, but sees a shot blocked.

Remy will be hoping that he has made a match-winning impact today, but his race is run as he is replaced by Cisse. Like-for-like change up top for Newcastle.

Cabaye spits a run down the middle from Sissoko, but puts too much on a slide-rule pass. Spurs able to push out again. Gouffran dropping all the way back to clear into the crowd.

Defoe's first touch sees him give the ball away. Newcastle able to get a foot on it, with Santon moving down the left. He is caught out of position, but Spurs fail to take advantage.

Vertonghen thinks he has won a throw, but the decision goes against him. More groans from the stands. Hosts starting to think this might not be their day.

Another sprawling save from Krul low down to his left to keep out Townsend. He manages to knock the ball away from Soldado who was closing in looking for a rebound.

Kaboul surges forward, before finding Vertonghen. His attempted pass in towards Defoe is too difficult and easily cut out. Townsend gathers the loose ball, but plays it through the box and out of play.

Walker caught on the ball by Gouffran, but Dawson comes to help him out. Anita then flies into a challenge which knocks the ball out of play. Spurs able to make their change, with Sigurdsson the man to make way for Defoe.

Spurs ready to make their third and final change. No surprise to see that Defoe is the man stripped and ready to enter the fray. On the field, Spurs still pushing hard for a leveller.

Krul warned as to the amount of time he is taking with his goal kicks. Newcastle now dropping everyone behind the ball, inviting pressure. They need to get a foot on the ball themselves.

Vertonghen feeds over a low cross from deep. Debuchy with a wild swipe at the ball which ends up looping over the top of his own goal. Eriksen over the corner. He goes deep again. Too deep, with the ball curling out of play.

Townsend off and running down the right, and is found by Paulinho. He shoots across Krul, who can only parry. Soldado first to the loose ball, but nods tamely at the Newcastle keeper. Still no way through for the hosts. They come again, but Walker can't find Soldado.

Eriksen finds Sigurdsson on the left. His low cross isn't the best and is behind Soldado. Sandro returns the ball towards the box, and it breaks to Sigurdsson. He shoots first time from 20 yards out, but fires high into the stands.

Tiote spins away from Eriksen, and is then tripped. Another opportunity for Newcastle to slow things down. Home support not happy. Krul drills long, but onto the head of Vertonghen. Sissoko then able to cross, but Dawson clears.

Eriksen whips over the free-kick. Poor effort which barely gets off the ground and is easily cleared. Spurs forced to regroup and go back to Friedel. Newcastle happy to sit a little deeper now.

Sigurdsson sees the ball cannon off him and behind for a corner. Newcastle in no rush to take. Cabaye eventually does, but Spurs can clear and look to counter. Vertonghen joins in and is brought down by Sissoko. Newcastle man is booked. Needs to be careful as he questions the decision in Chris Foy's face.

Defensive change by Newcastle as Ameobi makes way for Anita. Pardew looking to shore things up in the middle of the park.

Ameobi with great hold up play as he is wrestled to the ground by Sandro. Newcastle able to move up over halfway. Cabaye's set-piece is nodded clear. Williamson able to win a throw on the right.

Corner is set away by Dawson. Head tennis for a moment, until the ball loops towards Gouffran. He swings at fresh air, and was offside anyway. Walker charges forward and sends over a low cross which is taken off the toe of Soldado. End-to-end stuff.

Paulinho unable to get the ball under control on the edge of the box. Sissoko leads a one-man charge, battling his way past Vertonghen. Strength allows him to get a shot away from a tight angle which Friedel fumbles behind.

Villas-Boas can't believe what is happening. Spurs have created some good chances, but have found Krul in inspired form. Movement on the Newcastle bench as they look to tighten things up.

Paulinho wins a free-kick, but takes it too quickly and gives the ball away. Spurs need to make sure they don't force the issue. They need to remain patient and keep knocking on the door. Soldado meets a Walker cross, but pokes wide under pressure.

Eriksen's corner is met by Krul again, before the ball is hacked to safety. Newcastle somehow still in front. Krul having one of those afternoons where everything goes his way.

It takes an age for the Newcastle wall to be set. Eventually, Sigurdsson sees his effort flick through the wall and leave Krul wrong-footed. Somehow he sticks out an arm to keep the ball out and the rebound is hacked behind.

Debuchy is booked for his challenge and will sit out Newcastle's next fixture as a result.

Townsend does well to bring a high ball under his spell. Tiote giving him no space as he snaps at the England winger's heels. Spurs keep pushing and Paulinho draws a rash challenge from Debuchy on the edge of the box - dead centre.

Sandro gathers a long way out, drives forward and sends a 25-yard drive skidding narrowly past the post. Much better from Spurs at the start of the second half. Newcastle rocking a bit at the moment.

Gouffran wins another 50-50 in midfield, but Newcastle gift the ball to Paulinho. Townsend feeds the ball into the box for Eriksen. He takes a touch to set himself, but is denied by the boot of Krul from eight yards out. Great save. Resulting corner comes to nothing.

Williamson hammers an aimless pass down field towards nobody. The ball runs behind for a goal kick. Friedel's clearance is knocked back into the Spurs half.

Kaboul leads a Spurs charge, and finds Sigurdsson. He is able to pick out Eriksen breaking into the box, and he wins a corner. Eriksen takes the set-piece himself. His delivery to the far post is plucked out of the air by Krul.

Dawson wanders the ball up to halfway. Tiote and Cabaye snapping into tackles in midfield. Spurs get the ball back as Remy is once again caught offside.

Rushed clearance from Krul sails out of play. Soldado did really well to close down from the front. Spurs need that intensity. That said, Gouffran is allowed to carry the ball a long way before being stopped by Sandro.

Newcastle get the second half up and running.

Changes at the interval by Spurs. Kaboul and Sandro sent on in place of the injured Chiriches and Dembele.

Players back out for the second half and we are ready for the off once more.

Chris Hayter says: "1-1 dodgy Spurs penalty to come."

James Pinnegar says: "At some stage all these chances Spurs create in games must turn into goals Defoe to come on in 2nd half 2-1 to Spurs."

Logan says: "Newcastle have been playing good, seem to still be under too much pressure. Should continue to attack Spurs 2nd Half? #NUFC"

Tom Scott says:" It seems more and more obvious every time Soldado plays that he was brought in when Spurs still thought Bale would be at White Hart Lane this season. He needs the service that Bale and Lennon can provide from either wing after a blistering counter attack, not this tappy tappy football where everyone wants to be in the centre of the park. Spurs need Lennon on the left in the second half to inject some pace into that attack or they're going nowhere."

Skip says: "Well looks like my prediction is correct so far! I think it will stay the same. Newcastle looking solid!"

Remember you can also bet in-play at Skybet.com. Spurs now 9/4 to take the spoils, with Newcastle 6/5 and the draw 2/1. You can get 7/2 on the game ending 1-1.

How do you see the second half going? Get your thoughts in to Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.

Tottenham 0 Newcastle 1. Remy's early goal is the difference at the interval. Magpies have looked lively, Spurs lacking in ideas.

Remy offside once again. He is keeping the Spurs back four on their toes. Free-kick left to Friedal, who can't pick out a white shirt. Newcastle can counter, but Ameobi and Cabaye give the ball away.

Play back under way with Krul drilling long. Dembele first to the ball. Chiriches has headed back to the dressing room, so Spurs down to 10 men. Newcastle can take advantage on this occasion as Ameobi is crowded out down the right flank.

AVB not looking too amused on the touchline. He will soon need to earn his money with an inspirational team talk. Spurs haven't been anywhere close to their best so far. Chiriches leaving the field with a bloodied nose.

Eriksen's delivery is met by Dawson, but he can't make clean contact and sees a tame header slip well wide of the post. Chiriches has stayed down after taking a knock to the face.

Three minutes of stoppage-time to be played.

Debuchy nods a long Dawson punt down field out of play. Spurs then go backwards again. No space for Walker to work in and Newcastle win the ball back. Santon's clearance not the best and Paulinho can force a corner off Yanga-Mbiwa.

Krul long looking for Ameobi. Dawson gets up well to clear on two occasions. Soldado able to win a free-kick as Yanga-Mbiwa drags him to the turf. Newcastle able to pull bodies back and lock the door again.

Fingertip stop from Krul to deny Paulinho. Townsend squares across the edge of the box and the Brazilian is teed up for a looping effort which was arching towards the top corner. The resulting corner comes to nothing.

Debuchy moves down the Newcastle right, but is outnumbered. Spurs unable to counter at pace. Instead they do right to Walker, who moves over halfway. He then goes wide to Townsend, who is faced by three yellow shirts.

Sigurdsson moves down the right-hand channel, and is spotted by Walker. Yanga-Mbiwa also spots the danger and does well to run across the path of the ball and allow it to run behind for a goal kick. Spurs subs out warming up.

Walker spreads play from right to left for Vertonghen. He looks for Sigurdsson, who is tripped on the touchline. Spurs opt against putting the ball in the box. Townsend found on the right, but Gouffran won't let him get away.

Ball in the net again by Newcastle, but it won't count. Cabaye picks the lock with a great pass into the feet of Ameobi. He goes around Friedel and strokes home, but the flag is up. Tight call, but the right one.

Eriksen with a speculative effort from distance. Worth a go from 25 yards out and Krul can only parry the ball in front of him. He is able to gather at the second attempt. Spurs then endure a nervy moment of their own as Remy almost pounces on a Dawson clearance.

Krul clears from in front of Soldado. Spurs go backwards from the throw on halfway. Newcastle pull nine men back and block the route to goal. Spurs have no answer at the moment to the defensive poser.

Gouffran skips inside Walker and finds Amoebi. He tries to turn the ball into the box, but drills it straight at Friedel on the spin. Groans as the Spurs keeper takes an age to get rid of the ball. Home support want to see greater urgency from their side.

Eriksen dinks the ball over the top for Paulinho to chase, but Krul is well placed to gather for the visitors. As Newcastle move down field. Ameobi shows good strength to win a throw.

Soldado battles with Yanga-Mbiwa, who edges their duel and wins a throw. A diving header from Tiote then looks to have sprung Remy into open field once more, but the flag goes up.

Remy does indeed trot back on. As he does, Paulinho squanders possession in midfield. Cabaye and Tiote find Sissoko. He looks a feed a pass in behind Vertonghen for Debuchy to chase, but Friedel is quick off his line to gather the loose ball.

Pardew out getting a message across to his plays as the break in play continues. Remy yet to get back to his feet. Physios still working with him. French forward eventually makes his way from the field. Shaken, but should be back shortly.

Remy down. He got the ball ahead of Eriksen to clear, but was caught on the follow through. No intent, just an unfortunate one. Remy not looking too happy as he remains on the turf.

Eriksen delivers this time. Touched on by Soldado on the edge of the box and Krul is forced to arch backwards and touch the ball around the post. The Dutch keeper then comes to get a hand to the resulting corner.

One long ball forward and Sissoko forces Chiriches into a rushed clearance. Wasted opportunity by Newcastle as Debuchy is caught offside after taking the throw. Friedel can clear. Spurs win another free-kick inside the Newcastle half, as Soldado collides with Williamson.

Eriksen touches the ball for Vertonghen to drill goalwards. He hits across his effort and sees it flash narrowly wide of the target. Krul would have had it covered had it been on target.

Yanga-Mbiwa clatters through the back of Soldado. Free-kick to Spurs 35 yards out again. Sigurdsson might not get this one. Vertonghen interested, as is Eriksen.

Townsend cuts onto his left foot, but slips. He picks himself up, but sees a shot from 20 yards out blocked at source. Newcastle lump the ball long and it ends up back in the hands of Friedel.

Townsend looking lively again, but no way through on this occasion. Spurs have to switch play to the other side of the field, where Vertonghen can't provide the right kind of delivery or shot on his right foot.

Poor from Sigurdsson as he fires into the wall. Spurs forced to settle for a couple of throws which move them down their right. Home support find their voice. Does no good as Newcastle win possession back and Remy finds Cabaye.

Spurs win a free-kick 35 yards from goal. Sigurdsson felled and play is pulled back once it becomes clear that there is no advantage to be taken. Have to test Krul from here as he still can't see properly in the sunshine.

Sissoko returns the ball to Tottenham. Dawson runs it out from the back, but misplaces a pass and has to race back into position. Remy spots the space, but goes too early and is caught offside. Let off for Spurs.

Debuchy down holding his back. He challenged for a high ball with Vertonghen and came off second best. The Spurs man got higher and clattered into the Newcastle full-back. Debuchy now back on his feet and should be okay to continue.

Patient from Spurs as they look to build from the back. Dawson back to Friedel. He fires long, but Newcastle can clear their lines with ease. Debuchy left on the deck after being caught by Vertonghen. He will require treatment.

Great work by Eriksen down the Spurs right. He works a yard of space around Santon and whips over a dangerous cross which sails through the six-yard box without getting a touch. Spurs keep pressing, but Paulinho slices horribly wide from distance.

Cabaye over the set-piece. His whipped delivery sails narrowly over the head of Sissoko before being punched clear by Friedel. Newcastle send the ball towards the box again, forcing Walker to hack anywhere. Dembele and Townsend able to calm things down.

Sigurdsson nudged over, but play goes on. Debuchy makes inroads down the right flank and wins a free-kick off Dembele by the corner flag. Needless from the Spurs man as Debuchy was going nowhere.

Walker back to Dawson. Newcastle not trying too hard to press from the front. Long ball sent forward towards Soldado, who loses the aerial battle against Williamson. Spurs remain on the front foot, but Newcastle have plenty of yellow shirts back.

Dawson with a cross-field pass towards Vertonghen, but Debuchy gathers for Newcastle. They go left to Gouffran. He runs at Walker, but the Spurs man gets the better of their battle. He then slices out of play for a throw.

Spurs defender breached for the first time in well over four hours. Newcastle had fired plenty of warning shots, but the hosts left far too many gaps and shot themselves in the foot by trying too much inside their own half.

GOAL NEWCASTLE - REMY. The deadlock is broken by the visitors. Dembele almost caught on the ball by Ameobi facing his own goal. Spurs don't learn their lesson and Remy is sprung down the middle. He rounds Friedel and rolls into an unguarded net.

Friedel called into action again as a hopeful effort from Gouffran bounces in front of him. Spurs keeper bounces back up to block a shot from Cabaye behind for another corner. Cabaye sends the ball to the near post, where Sissoko glances over the top. Visitors unfortunate not to have made more of that passage of play.

Remy beats the offside trap and closes on Friedel. Great pass from Cabaye, but Chiriches shows great pace to get back and prod behind before Remy can pull the trigger. Corner to Newcastle, which Friedel gets a hand to.

Soldado will feel he should have hit the target after finding space in a crowded penalty area. Play back under way, with Remy seen off by Dawson as a long ball is lofted forward.

Remy bundled over by Dembele, but nothing given. Townsend sets off down the right once more. He finds Eriksen, who sees a cross blocked and settles for a corner. Eriksen takes himself and finds the head of Soldado. He nods inches over the top from eight yards out.

Eriksen inside to Townsend, but Tiote is breathing down his neck. Gouffran looks to lead Newcastle forward, but Walker does well to get in front of his man and draw a free-kick. Spurs can now spring clear, but Chiriches' cross from the left is cut out by Krul.

Remy and Ameobi combine, but the former is caught offside wide on the Newcastle right. Friedel hammers long down field. Good hold up play by Soldado as he brings others into play.

Dembele left in a heap on the floor by Tiote. Full-blooded shoulder block from the Newcastle man. Free-kick to Spurs on halfway. They take it short and then work their way across the field.

No cap still for Krul, who is being forced to shield the sun from his eyes with his hand. Odd choice. Vertonghen breaks down the left for Spurs, but his cross into the box is cut out. Spurs pushing full-back forward early on.

Yanga-Mbiwa runs the ball out of play under pressure from Townsend. Newcastle win possession back, and find Sissoko out on their right. Nothing doing for the visitors and Chiriches can clear.

Newcastle yet to get a foot on the ball. Sigurdsson snaps into a tackle on Ameobi on the touchline. Ball worked into Remy, but he is crowded out on the edge of the box.

Debuchy with a throw for Newcastle. Midfield battle won by Spurs, who can counter through Townsend. The ball is moved neatly to Walker as he bursts to the by-line. His sliding cross falls into the arms of Krul.

Spurs into their passing stride early, with Vertonghen spreading play wide to Walker. Home side forced to go backwards, offering an early touch to veteran goalkeeper Friedel. His long clearance runs the length of the field.

Spurs get us up and running.

We are ready for the off at White Hart Lane. Bright sunshine covering one half of the field. Krul will have the glare in his eyes during the first half.

Referee Chris Foy calls the players forward for a moment's silence prior to kick-off on Remembrance Sunday.

Players emerge from the tunnel so we will have to leave the feedback there for now. There will be further opportunities to have your say at half-time and at the final whistle.

Pardew says he has players on the bench today who can 'change the game'. He feels subs may be 'crucial' in this contest. Newcastle boss in optimistic mood.

AVB reveals to Sky Sports that Hugo Lloris has been left out of the Spurs squad today on medical advice. He says he should be okay for international duty with France.

Daniel Rogers says: "What does Defoe have to do to get a start? The header missed by Soldado last week was shocking, didn't get highlighted too much as it was early in the game. Newcastle to win 0-1 Remy scoring. Meaning a great weekend for the mighty Arsenal after Chelsea drawing yesterday and a tasty 4:10 game on Sky's best Super Sunday to date this season!"

Lee Tomlinson says: "Hope the Spurs are more positive in the attacking department today. Still think AVB has got the wrong striker for his system! Still, doing well and should be another win today. Prob 1-0 again!! COYS."

Darren Fagan says: "It will be a close game, Spurs are struggling for goals. If it's still even at half time Newcastle to steal it 1-0."

Sully Khan sees Spurs getting the job done, saying: "Listened to your tip of Townsend 10/1 to break the deadlock so hopefully it pays off! And I think this will be close but 3-1 Tottenham with Townsend and Sigurdsson amongt the goals!"

Alex Samuels is another going for a home win. He says: "I think this will be a tough game for both sides but I think Tottenham will come out on top with Soldado and Eriksen scoring. 2-0."

Skip reckons the visitors will leave with the spoils, saying: "I think Newcastle having not played midweek will attack from the offset and get an early goal then shut out 1-0."

James Phelps thinks things will be a little tighter, saying: "Spurs need to win this if they are realistically going to finish in the top four. It's very tight between the top 8 and if they start slipping now, may not catch up. I think it will be difficult for Spurs due to their lack of league goals so far. 2-1 Spurs."

Ryan Issacs sees Spurs going goal crazy this afternoon. He says: "I think Spurs will win 4-1 or 5-1 - Soldado hat trick with Lamela and Eriksen to get their first goals in the league."

Newcastle team: Krul, Debuchy, Williamson, Yanga-Mbiwa, Santon, Sissoko, Tiote, Cabaye, Gouffran, Shola Ameobi, Remy. Subs: Elliot, Coloccini, Anita, Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Ben Arfa, Cisse.

Tottenham team: Friedel, Walker, Vertonghen, Dawson, Chiriches, Paulinho, Dembele, Eriksen, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Soldado. Subs: Gomes, Kaboul, Lennon, Lamela, Holtby, Defoe, Sandro.

You can also bet in-play throughout the afternoon at Skybet.com. Spurs start as favourites at 8/15, with Newcastle 11/2 and the draw 16/5. You can get Andros Townsend Price Boosted to 10/1 to break the deadlock.

Will Spurs prevail on home soil or will Newcastle head back to the North East with something to show for their efforts? Who will be the men to keep an eye on? Let me know your thoughts.

How do you see today's game going? Feel free to offer your opinions by contacting me direct at Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.

Newcastle, in contrast, have been finding the target, but have secured only three shut-outs in the league - although one of those did come last time out against Chelsea.

The problem for Andre Villas-Boas' side has been at the other end of the field, where they have netted only nine times.

Spurs are unbeaten in their last three, keeping clean sheets throughout that run. In fact, they have been breached on just five occasions this season.

Success for Newcastle on the road would carry them back into the top half of the table and level on points, for a few hours at least, with Manchester United.

Victory for Spurs this lunchtime would pull them level with second-placed Liverpool, two points adrift of table-topping arch-rivals Arsenal.

Welcome to White Hart Lane for our coverage of today's Premier League encounter between Tottenham and Newcastle.

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