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Newcastle have had a fairly busy summer with the likes of Manquillo and Lejeune arriving, and they will be hoping for a strong campaign. Manager Rafa Benitez has picked the same XI for each of their last 2 friendly fixtures, and it seems likely he will stick with it once again here, meaning that Aleksandar Mitrovic will be the man to lead the line.
The last time these two sides met at St James’ Park Newcastle stunned their visitors with a 5-1 thumping. Given that Tottenham conceded the fewest goals of any side in the Premier League last season, a repeat of that seems unlikely and the visitors head into the fixture as strong favourites.
Spurs have won 5, drawn 5 and lost 12 of the last 22 stagings of this fixture, being outscored by their opponents by 45 goals to 28.
Spurs have scored in 75% of their last 20 away games.
Spurs have kept a clean sheet in 25% of their last 20 away games.