This is two more second-half wins than Arsenal have managed in the same period, and more than both Manchester clubs have achieved combined.
This record came to their aid in midweek as they came from behind to beat Fulham 2-1.
Against a Sunderland side that have lost eight of their 10 home matches against top-six teams since the start of last season, the visitors should be confident of another three points.
Spurs have won nine of 13 trips to bottom-six teams since the 2011-12 season and they look good value at 5/6 for the win.
However, Sunderland look a tougher prospect under Gus Poyet and they might keep Spurs at bay until after half-time.
You can back Spurs to continue their superb second-half stats by backing Draw/Tottenham in the Half-Time/Full-Time market at 7/2.
Sunderland have conceded three or more goals in half their 10 home games against bottom-six teams since the start of last season.
With Spurs having had at least three goals in nine of their last 13 trips to bottom-six teams they could fill their boots here and Over 2.5 Goals should be backed at 8/11.
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