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  • October 30, 2011
  • • 16:00
  • • White Hart Lane, London
  • Referee: H. Webb
  • • Attendance: 36147
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Players to watch

R. van der Vaart

Position: Midfielder

Games: 0

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Evidently the danger man for the hosts, Evidently the danger man for the hosts, Van der Vaart is beginning to recapture the form that saw him set the Premier League alight in his first few months on these shores.

QPR’s defensive frailties are well documented and with Van der Vaart likely to play quite deep off Adebayor, flanked by Lennon and Bale, the space will be there for the playmaker to exploit. It’s likely Warnock may opt to have one of his midfielders set back to try and negate Van der Vaart’s threat.

A. Ferdinand

Position: Defender

Games: 0

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The twists and turns of the John Terry racism saga mean that the spotlight will inevitably beam down on the QPR centre-half.

Adding to the scrutiny is the fact that Spurs are looking pretty fluid up top at the moment, while QPR shipped six against Fulham just a couple weeks back. It’s clear that QPR’s all-star assembled cast have yet to properly gel and a big performance will be needed from Ferdinand to keep both Van der Vaart and Adebayor at bay.

Editor's Prediction

The Hoops' victory against Chelsea won’t be fooling anyone. At home Spurs are too strong a proposition to suggest that the visitors could leave White Hart Lane with any points at all. I think Spurs will win convincingly.

Last Five Matches

Head To Head

Tottenham Hotspur

Queens Park Rangers

Wins
3
1
1
Wins

Betting & Predictions

Reader's Predictions

Tottenham Hotspur FC TOT
Tottenham Hotspur FC Tottenham Hotspur
Draw
Queens Park Rangers FC QPR
Queens Park Rangers FC Queens Park Rangers
85%

Top 3 Predictions

Tottenham Hotspur FC TOT
3 - 0
Queens Park Rangers FC QPR
Tottenham Hotspur FC TOT
2 - 0
Queens Park Rangers FC QPR
Tottenham Hotspur FC TOT
4 - 0
Queens Park Rangers FC QPR