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All the factz on Tottenham Hotspur v Huddersfield Town, including which TV channel its on

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The first match of the day in the Premier League sees Tottenham Hotspur play Huddersfield Town at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 

While the Terriers may only have pride to play for having been relegated last week, Spurs are in a 4-way scrap for the last two Champions League spots.

The match kicks off at 12.30pm and it is live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Here are the factz you need to know:

* Huddersfield haven’t beaten Spurs in a league match since 1956.
* Spurs won last time out, but have lost 4 of their last 6 matches in the PL.
* However, Huddersfield have lost 18 of their last 20 PL matches.
* In that run, the Terriers have failed to score on 11 occasions.
* Spurs have kept just 2 clean sheet in their last 10 league matches.

All the factz on the March 30 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League

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There are five matches that kick off at 3pm in the Premier League today, with the focus very much on the relegation battle. 

At this point in the season, teams are getting increasingly desperate to get to a points total that will keep them in the division for another year, so expect some frantic football.

Here are the factz you need to know:

Brighton & Hove Albion v Southampton 

* In the reverse fixture, Brighton came from 2 goals down to snatch a draw at St Mary’s.
* Brighton’s form has recovered recently – two wins out of two following a run of one win in 12.
* Saints are stuttering and have yet to win away from home under Ralph Hasenhuttl.
* Goals have been Brighton’s problem recently – they’ve only scored more than once in a game in their last 12 home matches.

* James Ward-Prowse is Saints’ main man at the moment – he has scored in 3 successive matches and has 6 goals in all in 2019.

Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers 

* Wolves won the reverse fixture 1-0 at Molineux.

* Burnley have lost their last 4 matches, dragging them back into relegation trouble.
* Wolves are in good form; 4 wins in their last 8 matches and just one defeat.
* The Clarets haven’t kept a clean sheet in 8 matches.

* Raul Jimenez is Wolves’ main man – he’s had a hand in 18 of their 38 league goals this season (12 goals).

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

* Huddersfield could be relegated today – and would equal the Premier League record if they do.
* Palace are at risk of being dragged back into the relegation fight – they have lost 3 of their last 4 PL matches.
* However, Huddersfield have lost 16 of their last 18 PL matches, winning just one.
* Selhurst Park is far from a fortress for Palace this season – they’ve won just 13 points there. Only Huddersfield have a worst record.

* Huddersfield have scored just 18 goals this season – 9 fewer than anyone else.

Leicester City v AFC Bournemouth

* Bournemouth thumped Leicester 4-2 at the Vitality Stadium earlier in the season.
* Leicester have won 3 of their 4 matches under Brendan Rodgers.
* Bournemouth are out of form, with 1 win in their last 7 matches, with 4 defeats in that run.
* Leicester haven’t kept a clean sheet in their past 10 matches.

* The Cherries aren’t great on the road – they’ve already lost 11 PL matches away from the Vitality Stadium.

Manchester United v Watford

* United love playing Watford – they’ve won 15 of the last 16 meetings in all competitions.
* The Red Devils haven’t lost at home in the PL since August – a run of 12 matches.
* Watford have won 12 matches this season – they haven’t won 13 in a top flight season since 1986/7.
* Gerard Deulofeu is Watford’s form man with 4 goals and 2 assists in his last 4 appearances.
* However, United have kept just two clean sheets at home all season – only Fulham have a worse record.

All the factz on today’s Premier League matches

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There are just three matches in the Premier League today, thanks to the FA Cup.

Today, the focus is on the bottom of the table with several clubs in relegation trouble playing. Now is the time to be getting wins, and victory today could go a long way to securing Premier League survival.

All matches kick off at 3pm. Here are the factz you need to know:

AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United 

* A Salomon Rondon double was enough for Newcastle to take all three points in a 2-1 when the sides met earlier in the season at St James’s Park.
* Bournemouth are strong at home, having won 25 points at the Vitality Stadium this season – the best return outside of the top 6.
* Newcastle are in good form at home, but haven’t won in 6 away from St James’s Park.
* The Cherries’ Ryan Fraser is the man to stop – he has 10 assists this season.

* Meanwhile Salomon Rondon is Newcastle’s main man with 8 goals and 5 assists.

Burnley v Leicester City 

* After a run of 8 matches unbeaten, Burnley have lost their last 3 matches on the spin.
* Leicester are in improving form, winning 2 of their last 3 PL matches, having won 1 and lost 6 of their previous 8.
* Defence is Burnley’s main problem: 57 goals conceded so far, the second worst record in the league.
* The Foxes haven’t had a clean sheet since New Years Day – a run of 9 matches.

* Leicester’s Jamie Vardy has scored 5 goals in his last 5 games.

West Ham United v Huddersfield Town 

* Huddersfield haven’t beaten West Ham in a league match since 1971.
* West Ham are unbeaten at the London Stadium this year, having won 4 and drawn 2 there in 2019.
* The Terriers have lost 8 of their last 10 league matches, winning just once in that run.
* They have also scored just 8 goals away from home all season – the joint lowest in the league.
* The Hammers are set-piece specialists with 6 of their last 7 goals coming from dead-ball situations.

All the factz on the February 26 7.45pm kick offs in the Premier League

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There are three Premier League matches kicking off at 7.45pm tonight, involving several clubs that are in, or just outside of, the relegation zone.

Wins tonight could help some sides put distance between them and the drop zone, but likewise a loss could pull them right into the fight.

Here are the factz you need to know:

Cardiff City v Everton

  • Cardiff haven’t beaten Everton in a league match since 1956. However, Everton haven’t beaten Cardiff in Cardiff since 1929.
  • The Bluebirds aren’t in great form, having lost 3 of their last 5 matches.
  • But Everton are in worse form, having lost their last 3 PL matches and 8 of their last 11.
  • Cardiff have problems defensively – they have conceded 28 goals at home this season – the most in the division.
  • However, Everton’s problems are at the other end of the pitch, having scored just 3 goals in their past 5 PL matches.

Huddersfield Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • Huddersfield beat Wolves in the reverse fixture – but since then the Terriers have lost 13 matches and drawn 1 in the PL.
  • Meanwhile Wolves are unbeaten in their last 5 PL matches, with 3 wins and 2 draws.
  • Goalscoring remains Huddersfield’s main problem – just 14 in 27 PL matches.
  • Raul Jimenez is the man Huddersfield need to stop. The Wolves forward has scored 10 goals and provided 5 assists this season.
  • Huddersfield have lost their last 7 in the PL – the record number of consecutive defeats in the Premier League is 10, held by Sunderland in 2003 and 2005.

Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion

  • The sides drew 1-1 at the Amex Stadium earlier in the season, with Jamie Vardy equalising for the Foxes in the 79th minute – and after James Maddison had been sent off after 28 minutes.
  • Leicester have lost their last 4 PL matches at home – form that helped to get Claude Puel the sack earlier this week.
  • But Brighton are out of form – they have lost 7 of their last 11 in the PL, with just a solitary win in that run.
  • If Glenn Murray scores, it will be his 100th goal for Brighton.
  • Despite not winning in 6 matches, Leicester have scored in all but one of those games.

All the factz on the 29 January matches in the Premier League

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There are 6 matches in the Premier League tonight, with clubs at both ends of the table – including all of the bottom 5 – in action and seeking victories to boost their seasons.

All matches kick off at 7.45pm unless stated.

Here are the factz you need to know:

Arsenal v Cardiff City

  • Arsenal won the reverse fixture earlier in the season.
  • The Gunners are unbeaten in 11 PL matches at the Emirates Stadium, including 9 wins in that run – the last 5 in succession.
  • Meanwhile Cardiff are poor away from home – just one win all season, against Leicester.
  • If Arsenal keep a clean sheet, it will be only the second time this season they have had successive shut-outs.
  • Cardiff have failed to score in 11 of their 23 PL matches this season – only Huddersfield have failed to score in that many matches.

Fulham v Brighton & Hove Albion

  • The sides drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture at the Amex Stadium earlier in the season.
  • Fulham have lost all 4 matches they have played this year.
  • Brighton are also out of form – just 1 win in their last 8 in the Premier League, with 6 defeats in that run.
  • The Cottagers have the leakiest defence in any of Europe’s top 5 divisions this season, having conceded 51 goals in 23 matches.
  • Brighton have kept just 1 clean sheet in their past 13 PL matches – against Everton in December.

Huddersfield Town v Everton

  • Huddersfield haven’t beaten Everton since March 1956.
  • The Terriers have lost 9 of their last 10 PL matches – the other was drawn.
  • Everton are also out of form, with just 2 wins and 2 draws in their last 10 matches – only Huddersfield and Fulham have worse records in the last 10 matches.
  • The Toffees also leak goals – just one clean sheet in 12 matches in all competitions.
  • Huddersfield have scored just 5 goals at home this season – and not more than one in a match.

Manchester United v Burnley (8pm)

  • Manchester United have won 8 successive matches in all competitions since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as interim manager.
  • Burnley are unbeaten in their last 4 PL matches – 3 wins and 1 draw.
  • Marcus Rashford is United’s form man, having scored in 4 successive PL matches.
  • It is now 66 PL matches since Burnley were last awarded a penalty. However, the record is 91 matches, held by Wimbledon.
  • The Clarets haven’t won at Old Trafford since 1962 – a run of 19 matches in all competitions.

Newcastle United v Manchester City (8pm)

  • Newcastle have an awful record against Manchester City – they have lost 19 of their last 22 PL meetings. The other three matches have been drawn.
  • Newcastle won last time out against Cardiff – their first win in 6.
  • City have won their last 4 PL matches, and 8 in all competitions
  • In their last 6 matches in all competitions City have scored 28 goals and conceded none.
  • If City score first, it could be curtains for the Magpies – they have lost all 11 matches this season where they have conceded the first goal.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Ham United

  • Wolves beat West Ham 0-1 at the London Stadium earlier in the season. However, they have never done the double over the Hammers.
  • Wolves are in decent form, having won 5 and drawn 1 of their last 9 matches.
  • But they do leak goals at home – they have conceded 18 so far this season – only 4 clubs have let in more on their own patch.
  • The Hammers are in great form – 7 wins in their last 10 PL matches and only 2 defeats.
  • West Ham are slow starters though – 17 of their last 20 PL goals have come after half-time.