“47 out of 297 points” – It’s high time Tottenham start winning away games against traditionally big sides

Tottenham’s dire away record against Premier League’s “big” sides revealed

It’s high time Tottenham Hotspur begin winning games against the traditionally bigger sides in the Premier League. The London side are currently second in the Premier League and playing some top notch football, yet their overall record against bigger sides – particularly away from home – does not make for good reading.

See Spurs’ away form against Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea, as recently revealed by Jake Sanders, a freelance football writer on Twitter, below:



That being said, given the kind of resurgence the club have experienced under the leadership of Mauricio Pochettino, one would be forgiven for thinking their record in these games has seen some improvement.

However, the exact opposite has happened. In response to a question, Sanders posted Spurs’ win-loss-draw record against these same sides under the reigns of the Argentine manager. Check out the rather shocking answer here:



4 thoughts on ““47 out of 297 points” – It’s high time Tottenham start winning away games against traditionally big sides”

  1. wholly irrelevant statistic. The league isnt won by beating ‘big’ sides away from home its won by winning against everyone and anyone away and home and the cumulative total of that. Away from home this season Chelsea have lost at Spurs, Arsenal and drew at Liverpool. 1 win away at Man City is their only win. Where do they sit?

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