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FULL TIME. Tottenham 2 Newcastle 1.
Ameobi is unhappy with Spurs' supposed time wasting and earns a yellow card for dissent.
Once again, Dembele is on the wrong end of a Cabaye challenge, and this time that will be a yellow card for the Newcastle midfielder.
Adebayor is cut down by Cabaye, with both players seeing the lighter side of the colliison, before Gutierrez is replaced by Shola Ameobi.
Perch is taken off, and Tiote is welcomed back into the Newcastle team.
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - BALE!
Naughton heads off, with Assou-Ekotto the man taking his place.
Can either side produce a winner? Tottenham are 13/8 to claim all three points now with Newcastle 9/2, while Adebayor and Bale are both 8/1 to score next.
It's Holtby who is replaced for Spurs, with Adebayor taking his place.
Gouffran departs on a stretcher and fellow Frenchman Marveaux makes his way on to the field.
Wolverhampton Baggies fan Dave Lawrence writes: 'Is this guy (Bale) arguably the best player in the UK right now? Tore us to pieces last week and he's doing it again today. Fantastic to watch.'
HALF TIME. Tottenham 1 Newcastle 1.
Excellent response from the Magpies, with Sissoko played in near the byline, before a cut back to Gouffran sees his shot cannon into Dawson, which leaves Lloris no chance of making the save. 1-1 and game on again.
GOAL FOR NEWCASTLE - GOUFFRAN
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - BALE!
Liam Moran writes: 'Being a die hard Sunderland fan, I will not only be rooting for spurs because I dislike Newcastle, but spurs are in fact my second team so I would be watching intently, if I was not attending the Arsenal game later on. Anyways, last season, Tottenham's defence was top notch. But the back 4 starting today seems somewhat weak. Caulker is a decent prospect but isn't anywhere near as good as Vertonghen. Dawson simply, doesn't have it anymore and Naughton is just not Spurs quality in my eyes (though AVB should still keep him and sell Danny Rose to us!). Not to mention, losing Modric and VDV and missing out on Joao Moutinho makes Spurs' midfield a lot weaker with the absence of Sandro for the rest of the season. They still have Lennon and Bale on the wing but Dempsey compared to Defoe or Adebayor spell trouble for Spurs. Newcastle, I hate to say are flying. There team looks stronger than ever and in my opinion, Sissoko is going to be signing of the season. Having said that, Papiss Cisse has failed to recapture his amazing form of the back end of last season and weak links in the team such as Jonas and Perch could cost them the game. I will say 1-1 draw because Tottenham's 11 might not be strong, but the home advantage and the fantastic fans will give them plenty encouragement. Bale and Gouffran to score.'
Can Bale continue his free scoring form? The Welsh winger is price boosted to 11/2 with Sky Bet to open the scoring. Tottenham have been well back to win at 8/13, prompting Newcastle's price to drift to 4/1.
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