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Spurs 1-1 West Brom - the key stats

Posted on 26 April 2016  - 10:30

The stats that mattered from Monday night's 1-1 draw against West Brom.



As it stands - the 1-1 draw means Leicester are now seven points clear at the top of the Premier League with three matches remaining.

Form - we've won 10 and drawn 3 of our last 14 in the Premier League.

Rare goal - West Brom's goal was only the second we've conceded in our last six matches in the Premier League. We have the best defensive record in the Premier League with just 26 goals conceded in 35 matches and remain on course to record our best defensive record in the PL era (38 goals conceded in 1994-95 and 2005-06).

Below: Action areas and possession as we stormed out of the traps in the first 15 minutes



Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier (Mason 76), Dembele, Lamela (Son 85) Alli (Chadli 90), Eriksen, Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Carroll.

West Bromwich Albion (4-2-3-1) - Myhill, Dawson, Olsson, McAuley, Evans, Gardner, Yacob, McClean, Fletcher (c), Sessegnon (Sandro 90), Rondon. Substitutes (not used): Palmer, Chester, Anichebe, Lambert, Roberts, Leko.

Goals - Spurs – Dawson (OG) 33; West Brom – Dawson 72.

Yellow cards - West Brom - Evans.

Referee - Mike Jones.

Attendance - 35,923.

Below: Our 19 efforts at goal



Keeping the ball - we had 66% possession over the 90 minutes.

Passing game - we made 529 passes to West Brom's 252. Christian Eriksen completed 60 passes. The biggest combination was 16, Mousa Dembele to Eriksen. Jan Vertonghen had a 100% pass completion in the first half and ended with 89.7%.

Shooting boots - we had 19 efforts on goal (including blocked) to West Brom's 16. That included two on target and nine off target.

Getting stuck in - we won 18 of 23 tackles, Danny Rose won six.

Below: So close - Erik Lamela strikes the post on 58 minutes with the score at 1-0



It's another Monday night game for us as we travel to Chelsea on Monday, May 2 (8pm). Leicester travel to Manchester United on Sunday.