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Sometimes football can be so cruel. Since one determines his opponent over almost the entire season and makes with his only two possibilities two goals and throws one out of the main competition in club football out. So happens at Tottenham against Juventus on Wednesday. The Spurs were clearly the better team and afforded only two inattentions, which punished the ice-cold Italians immediately. Tottenham is out of the premier class and the mood is still sad. From this, Bournemouth wants to capitalize on Sunday.
AFC Bournemouth still needs to earn a few points to bring the goal of relegation to dry cloths. Currently, the Cherries are in eight wins, nine draws and twelve defeats and thus 33 points. The rich at the moment for rank twelve, but the lead on the first relegation place is only six meters. Bournemouth has not won in his last three Premier League games. There was the 1: 4 defeat at newly promoted Huddersfield and last two draws in a row against the other newcomers Newcastle and Leicester City. The point win against Newcastle was fortunate, as Bournemouth were in the 80th minute with 0: 2 behind and scored the goal to 2: 2 with one minute to the end. In Leicester, however, Bournemouth looked like the sure winner and conceded the conceding to 1: 1 in the seventh (!) Minute of stoppage time.
At home Bournemouth showed last pleasing performances. Bournemouth have been unbeaten in six matches in their own stadium, with their record of three games (including Arsenal) and three draws. In each of his last five home games Bournemouth scored exactly two goals, in the game against West Ham United before even three. In the end, Bournemouth was unequivocal and has always scored at least one goal in his last ten Premier League games. Since the rise to the 2015/2016 season, Bournemouth has lost four of five direct duels with the Spurs – a draw. Bournemouth have not even scored their own goal in their last four direct encounters.
Tottenham in the Valley of Tears! Despite a great performance against Juventus in the second leg of the knockout stages of the Champions League, the Spurs had to cancel the sails and are out of the premier class. After the 2-2 in the first leg in Turin and the 1-0 half-time lead at Wembley everything spoke for Tottenham, which dominated the old lady and even after 45 minutes could have led higher. But then came the fatal 169 seconds in which Tottenham made two small mistakes that Juventus exploited icy cold. As a result, Tottenham remained dangerous, but bit his teeth on the Italian wall. Tottenham would undoubtedly have earned the quarter-finals, but in the end Juventus’s experience and cold-bloodedness prevailed over Tottenham’s youthfulness and ease. The odds ratio was 22: 9 in favor of Tottenham. Only three of Juve’s nine shots hit the Spurs box, but two of them.
Now the question arises: Did Tottenham dig this bitter off? In any case, Harry Kane and Co. have to work again on Sunday, because in the fight for the Champions League places Tottenham should not allow themselves to slip against opponents like Bournemouth, especially since the Spurs have recently made a small lead. With 17 wins, seven draws and five defeats, Tottenham are currently in fourth place, staying in touch with Manchester United (four points more) and Liverpool (two more points). Champion Chelsea is currently relegated to fifth with five fewer points. Tottenham has been unbeaten in 16 competitive games nationwide – eleven wins, five draws. In the Premier League, there were last three to zero wins in a row.
Bournemouth vs Tottenham head to head matches
14.10.17 PL Tottenham Bournemouth 1 : 0
15.04.17 PL Tottenham Bournemouth 4 : 0
22.10.16 PL Bournemouth Tottenham 0 : 0
20.03.16 PL Tottenham Bournemouth 3 : 0
25.10.15 PL Bournemouth Tottenham 1 : 5