They’ve scored just once in the five matches Remy has missed this season while they have lost seven of their last 11 home matches without Coloccini.
Newcastle haven’t scored in six of their last seven matches, losing five times, and they’ve lost half their 16 home games against top-half sides since the start of last season.
Spurs have an excellent away record this season with a W8-D2-L0 record, excluding against the top three.
Moreover, they’ve won 11 of their 14 trips to middle-third finishers last season and teams currently in the middle-third this term.
At 13/10 Tottenham Hotspur look good value for the win as they try to maintain their challenge for a top-four finish.
With Newcastle struggling to score Under 2.5 Goals is a tempting price at 5/6. However, Spurs’ last five away wins have all come despite conceding and 71 per cent of their away games since the start of last season have had more than two goals. Therefore the goals markets are probably best left alone.
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