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And that is the last action of a breathless rain-drenched London derby. Spurs have burgled the points with two goals in a minute in a game QPR dominated for large periods and deservedly led at half-time as AVB records his first White Hart Lane victory.
Lennon makes way for Townsend. A few more seconds gone.
Dempsey makes way for Huddlestone.
Cisse replaces Zamora.
GOAL! DEFOE! Total turnaround at White Hart Lane. Stunning counterattack from Spurs as Vertonghen surges through to create a three-on-two situation. He feeds Bale, whose shot is diverted onto the crossbar by Julio Cesar. But the ball drops to Defoe who calmly slots the ball home. Somehow Spurs lead.
OWN GOAL! FAURLIN! Caulker heads the corner back across goal, Defoe misses his attempted header but as Faurlin turns his back on the ball it ricochets off his shoulder and past Julio Cesar. Harsh on the visitors who've been much the better side.
Yellow card for Granero. Looks a bit harsh, perhaps for persistent fouling.
Caulker is replacing Sigurdsson. Presumably that will mean Vertonghen to left-back and Bale pushed further forward.
Spurs 3/1 with Sky Bet for a comeback victory. Doesn't look likely based on what we've seen so far.
Boos echoing around White Hart Lane at the end of a one-sided first half thoroughly dominated by the visitors. QPR have been excellent. Only in the last two or three minutes was there any hint of a threat from a disjointed Spurs side that have spent almost the whole game penned back in their own half.
GOAL! ZAMORA! Thoroughly deserved lead for QPR at the Lane as Faurlin's clever reverse pass finds Zamora clearly onside and he lifts his finish over Friedel. The visitors have been excellent and now have reward on the scoreboard.
Bad start for QPR. Bosingwa has done a hamstring in his fruitless pursuit of Lennon in that last attack, and he makes way for Kieron Dyer. Onouha moves across to left-back.
If you want a bit of added interest in the game today, Sky Bet have a full range of markets available. Luke's Spurs HT, QPR FT prediction is 40/1 while Jermain Defoe has been price-boosted from 10/3 to 4/1 to bag the first goal after his brace last weekend at Reading. Tottenham are 5/4 to win the game giving QPR a goal start.
Luke Shears: 'As a lifelong Rangers fan there is only one way I want to this game to go. I see it being tight with Spurs 1-0 up half-time but QPR finishing 2-1. Goals by Defoe, Zamora and Cisse.'
Dan from Essex: 'Hoping for the first home win of the season! Loving the AVB style of football! The only disappointment I have is Bale playing at left back! COYS!'
Gabriel Sutton: 'You've got to hope that a win for Tottenham today would take a little more pressure off AVB, which I think was unjust in the first place. A manager has to have half a season before judgements can rightfully be made. I think Dempsey might be able to fill the creative void left by Modric and VDV, think I'll back Spurs to win this one but QPR kept a clean sheet against Chelsea so only 1-0, Dempsey to score.'
Let me know your thoughts and predictions on today's game. Email Dave.Tickner@sportinglife.com and I'll publish as many as I can...
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