Juan Mata and Gareth Bale both struck the woodwork for Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur respectively as the North London side secured a pivotal point in the race for a top four finish.
Daily Archives: Saturday, March 24, 2012
Today’s lunch time kick off saw two of London’s elite battle it out in what could be a pivotal game in the race for the Top 4. With Spurs on a bit of a wobble and Chelsea finding renewed life under Di Matteo, it was predicted to be a tasty affair. Optimist or Pessimist? A… Read more »
Spurs took a deserved point from Stamford Bridge as they maintained their five point lead over Chelsea. Although scoreless, after a quiet first half Spurs finished the stronger and had the greater opportunities to win the three points at a ground where they haven’t won since 1990. Chelsea 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0 Team: Friedel; Walker,… Read more »
Good afternoon. A gutsy well earned point against the usual vexations of Secondhand Fridge. Some crummy refereeing and a conveyor belt of petty cheating from a team so screwed up they believe they can manage themselves. The only criticism was the absence of one touch passing. Our average was three and that buys the other… Read more »
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has no fresh injuries problems ahead of the daunting trip to Stamford Bridge this afternoon.
Tottenham Hotspur will be disappointed with their inability to finish chances at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, but they won’t have any problem with the result, and the performance was an encouraging one after four consecutive poor league performances. Spurs have still gone five without a win, but are in good position for a top-four place… Read more »
Happy Spursday, Spursland! Well, this is a fun situation. Tottenham Hotspur have not won in four Premier League games. If they don’t get at least a draw today…they’re in some deep trouble. They head to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea, who sit behind them in fifth place. It hasn’t quite hit me yet, emotionally,… Read more »
A bit late to the table with this, but here none-the-less, and metaphorically oozing with dispiriting stats. There’s no escaping it – Spurs struggle to come away with anything from Stamford Bridge, so even a draw in today’s fixture might be considered a small victory. That is, if it wasn’t for the fact that we… Read more »
Nothing is going right at White Hart Lane right now. As Kevin said yesterday, Tottenham Hotspur might as well have lost their fourth straight match on Wednesday and had Manchester City not mounted a comeback, this weekend’s match against Chelsea would be for fourth place. Luckily for Spurs, City did make a comeback and no… Read more »
2-51-30-11-1 That’s one point from four games. If we match that record in our next four games then we’ll have two points from eight games. Has an endearing quality that. Feels like it belongs on a t-shirt. Can’t quite put my finger on it though. I’m sure I’ve heard it somewhere before. Okay, so hand… Read more »
Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea, Saturday 24th March 2012, Stamford Bridge, 12.45pm kick off, SS2 & HD2 and in 3D THFC1882 is once again delighted to welcome back Kenny Palmer for his preview of the important game on Saturday. Saturdays visit to Stamford Bridge against Roberto Di Matteo’s revitalized Chelsea takes on even greater importance after… Read more »