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FULL TIME. Tottenham 1 Swansea 0.
The referee is consulting with the linesman and there's a yellow card for Jake Livermore on the touchline after the midfielder got involved following a confrontation after Townsend's attempt on goal.
Defoe picks up a booking for a clumsy tackle near the touchline on Davies.
Dembele heads off and Parker makes his return to the Spurs fold after over six months out of action.
Graham is on for Swansea with Dyer the man coming off in his place.
Swansea still possess a bit of a threat on the counterattack and can be backed to steal a draw from this at 8/1 with Sky Bet.
Townsend's wonderful run catches Chico off guard and it's a yellow card for the defender who hacks down the Spurs midfielder.
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - VERTONGHEN!
Ki makes way and Moore comes on for Swansea.
Adebayor heads straight down the tunnel and it is Townsend who will come on to take his place.
Former Swan Sigurdsson comes on in place of Dempsey.
De Guzman makes way and Agustien takes to the field.
The yellow card is back out as De Guzman takes vengeance, of sorts, by pulling down the advancing Dembele.
A cynical tackle by Dembele on De Guzman sees him enter the referee's notebook.
Callum Griffiths writes: 'I think Swansea will snatch this match late on with a Michu a goal on the 85th minute - Swansea 1 - 2 Spurs.'
Swansea are holding out so far, and they're 5/1 to nick this one while Tottenham remain odds-on to secure three points. Sky Bet have boosted a couple of prices at the break, including Mousa Dembele to score next at 18/1, while Michu to score next and the Swans to win 1-0 is now 28/1.
HALF TIME. Tottenham 0 Swansea 0.
Yellow card for Dyer after a rash tackle on Dembele in a dangerous position just outside the penalty area.
Tottenham are 8/13 to climb back into the top four again this afternoon, with in-form Swansea available at 4-1 to claim success. The draw can be backed at 3/1.
Ishaan writes: 'Tottenham have played well at home recently, they're passing the ball well - Aaron Lennon and Mousa Dembele are proving as sufficient threats in the centre - enough to cover for the absence of Gareth Bale. On the other hand, Michael Laudrup's Swansea haven't failed to impress this season - and Michu is a great threat when he is on goal, the Tottenham back four must keep all eyes on him. Predicting a 2-1 home win for Spurs here, it's essential for a good conclusion into Christmas.'
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