- 3John Arne Riise
Fulham vs Tottenham
Fulham’s win at White Hart Lane in March 2013 ended a run of six straight defeats for the west Londoners against Spurs.
This will be Tottenham’s 100th London derby played away from home and so far they have won just 25 of the previous 99.
Fulham have scored just three goals in their last nine Premier League meetings with Tottenham.
Fulham have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games at Craven Cottage (W1 D1 L8).
Martin Jol’s side have scored exactly one goal in each of their last seven Premier League games on home soil.
Tottenham have kept four clean sheets in their last six Premier League away games, although they conceded six last time on the road when they lost 0-6 to Man City.
Fulham have mustered fewer shots (inc. blocked) than any other team in the top flight this season (106) – 25 fewer than any other side.
The West Londoners have also allowed their opponents more shots on target against them than any other team in the top flight (83).
Spurs have gone four Premier League games without a win (W0 D2 L2) - they haven’t gone five without a victory since March 2012 (under Harry Redknapp).
Tottenham have scored with a lower percentage of their shots than any other team in the top flight this season (6.3%).