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Danny Drinkwater's 20-yard effort cancelled out Lukas Jutkiewicz own goal

Liverpool collect records but no trophy

Liverpool 3 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Wright-Phillips joins lengthy England injury list

Shaun Wright-Phillips became the latest high profile name to pull out of Fabio Capello's England squad for the June World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Andorra yesterday.

Howard bars way as Spurs draw blank

Everton 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Devastating United comeback stuns Spurs

Manchester United 5 Tottenham 2

Manchester United ready for resurgent Tottenham

Manchester United's players saw Liverpool and Chelsea slip up in their pursuit of the Premier League title this week and now must avoid a stumble of their own against Tottenham on Saturday.

International neglect spurs Woodgate on home front

The Tottenham Hotspur centre-back Jonathan Woodgate is content to concentrate on club football at the moment and is not anticipating an England recall from Fabio Capello.

Bent raises bar on Shearer rescue act

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Newcastle United 0

Redknapp finds new friend in Pavlyuchenko

Tottenham Hotspur 1 West Ham United 0

Samba's forward thinking sparks Rovers

Blackburn Rovers 2 Tottenham 1

King call-up 'ridiculous' says baffled Redknapp

Tottenham manager fears for future of his defender following England recall

Capello stuns Redknapp by picking King

Injury-prone defender named in England squad despite protests from Spurs

Modric halts Hiddink's run as Chelsea fail to narrow gap

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Chelsea 0

Foster in as Capello moves goalposts

The England manager, Fabio Capello, will break one of his own rules today and select Manchester United's Ben Foster for the matches against Slovakia and Ukraine at Wembley, even though he is not playing regular club football. The guidelines that apply to David Beckham and other outfield players are being moved in order to assess at first hand a goalkeeper whose progress has regularly been handicapped by injury.

'Distraught' Walcott out for up to five weeks

Arsenal youngster's latest knee injury ends hopes of a call-up to full England squad

Lennon set for England call after impressing Capello

Spurs winger's team-mate Woodgate also in line for return to national squad
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