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Crystal Palace v Spurs: Can Kane maintain excellent final-day record?

23 Jul 2020
Harry Kane, Tottenham v Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace are aiming to halt a run of seven successive defeats.

Tottenham Hotspur could move above Wolverhampton Wanderers into sixth with a win, or a draw if results go their way, as they push for UEFA Europa League qualification.

Team news

Roy Hodgson has said captain Luka Milivojevic (knee) may be fit, but James Tomkins, Mamadou Sakho and Gary Cahill (hamstring) remain sidelined.

Dele Alli (hamstring) returns, as does Eric Dier from suspension, but Tanguy Ndombele (knee) is out.

Did you know?

When playing their last league match of a season at home, Crystal Palace have won their last four final day fixtures (excluding playoffs), including all three in the Premier League in that time.

Roy Hodgson's Eagles are on course to become just the eighth team to go through an entire Premier League season without scoring more than twice in a match and would be the first side to do so without being relegated.

Spurs have won their last nine Premier League matches against Crystal Palace and have not conceded a goal in the last seven. 

Harry Kane has the fourth-best minutes-per-goal ratio on the Premier League’s final day. 

Match officials

Referee: Andre Marriner. Assistants: Neil Davies, Graham Kane. Fourth official: Tim Robinson. Replacement official: Michael Webb. VAR: Andy Madley. Assistant VAR: Simon Beck.

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