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Bournemouth vs Tottenham match stats
Bournemouth have failed to score in seven Premier League games this season, the joint most of any side (level with Wolves). They’ve also shipped 25 goals in their 12 games so far, only conceding more at this stage in one previous Football League season (29 in 1994/95 in the third tier). The Cherries have also failed to score in more Premier League home games than any other side this season (4), though they have won both games in which they’ve found the net so far (2-0 vs Aston Villa, 2-1 vs Leicester). Mark Travers replaced the injured Neto in their 2-0 defeat to West Ham last time out. Travers has conceded 25 goals in his eight Premier League appearances, an average of one every 27 minutes; the worst ratio of any of the 251 goalkeepers to play at least five Premier League games.
Tottenham have lost three of their last five Premier League games (W2), as many defeats as in their previous 23 combined. Following defeats against Manchester United and Newcastle, they could lose three on the bounce for a second time under Antonio Conte (previously in January/February). Antonio Conte has lost just one of his 19 Premier League games against promoted sides (15 wins and three draws), with that coming in his final league game as Chelsea manager in May 2018 (0-3 vs Newcastle United). Harry Kane has more Premier League goals against Bournemouth (7 in 8 appearances) than the Cherries have against Spurs in the competition overall (5 in 10 games). Kane’s first away hat-trick in the Premier League came at the Vitality Stadium back in October 2015, a game Spurs went on to win 5-1.
Bournemouth has lost seven of their last 10 Premier League matches against Tottenham Hotspur (one win and two draws), with their one win coming in May 2019 against a Spurs side that had two players sent off. In their five away Premier League visits to Bournemouth, Spurs have either failed to score (three times) or scored at least four goals (twice – 5-1 and 4-1 wins in 2015/16 and 2017/18 respectively).