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It’s pretty clear that Tottenham fans will remember the torrid time their team faced when moving to Wembley a few years ago
Also, many will have feared the same sort of poor form when they made the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium their new home this month.
Fortunately for them, nothing could be further from the truth. Admittedly, they have only played two matches there so far
Saturday sees them trying to extend that run, especially as they’re now facing a battle for a top four position in the Premier League.
That being said, there are a few issues for Mauricio Pocchettino to overcome.
Harry Kane could miss the remainder of the season after hobbling off on Tuesday
and Pocchettino will be keen to give some key players a rest ahead of their crucial trip to the Etihad next week
Still, this is a talented group of players coming up against a Huddersfield side who have been truly woeful this season.
The Terriers joined the most depressing club in Premier League history as they equalled the record for earliest relegation, with their demotion confirmed with six games remaining.
Things haven’t improved for Huddersfield since then.
They were thrashed at home to Crystal Palace last weekend to keep them on a meagre 14 points, with that result resigning them to their 5th consecutive defeat in the Premier League.
Somehow, things get even worse for them away from home.
Actually, They haven’t won a trip away in the Premier League since November, losing nine of their 10 matches since.
That 2-0 win over Wolves is their only victory on the road this season, and they have collected just six points from a possible 48 this season.
This looks like a relatively easy win for Spurs, and with four wins from their last five home games in the league
And of course, it’s easy to see why the home fans are confident
Tottenham comfortable 2-0 win over Palace last weekend was followed by a stunning 1-0 win against Manchester City in the first leg of their Champions League quarter final.