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Spurs and Huddersfield have had an infrequent history. If we were to take all their fixtures into account, Huddersfield would have the advantage of 16 wins over Spurs’ 13 over the course of their head-to-heads. However, Spurs’ recent history has been filled with success after success. They are a completely different team to the one they were in 1972 – the last time they faced them before 2017. Huddersfield will be hoping to give a strong performance and an anticipative upset that could deliver the match of the 2018/19 season. Huddersfield will need to remind themselves of their recent performance against Spurs if they are to stand a chance against the Premier League giant.
Spurs 1-2 Huddersfield – 1955/56 League Division One Season
In a game that is far from recent, Huddersfield enjoyed a victory that they are yet to see again against Spurs – a true 60 year drought. That’s not to say they are without a chance of success as they have only had the opportunity to face them seven times before the 2018/19 season.
The 1955/56 season was an unsuccessful one for the Terriers with a relegation awaiting them at the end. Nevertheless, this Spurs vs Huddersfield match gave them a glimmer of hope. It was Jimmy Glazzard – Huddersfield’s top goalscorer for that season – who shone with 2 strikes both hitting their mark. The Spurs side could only return one more with a penalty from Tommy Harmer.
This match was from a bygone era where Spurs themselves felt the near embrace of relegation after a shaky season keeping them only two points away from going down into the then Division Two. This was a win but clearly not enough for Huddersfield. It is victory that continues to allude them to this day.
Spurs 2-1 Huddersfield – 1972/73 League Cup
This match-up was to be one of completely different sides. This was to be the beginning of the end for Huddersfield with them out in the second round, continuing onto a season ending in relegation following their drop into Division Two the year before – an all-round poor performance.
The Yorkshire side were bested by a Spurs staple, Martin Chivers – third top goalscorer of all time for The Lilywhites – and Alan Gizean. This was a top-quality performance that would carry them all the way to the League Cup final. Spurs would be crowned 1972/73 League Cup Champions. Huddersfield would face consecutive relegations. They would not meet for another 45 years.
Spurs 4-0 Huddersfield – 2017/18 Premier League season
The 2017/18 season was to bring newcomers Huddersfield into the fray but not to the greatest of starts. Following a streak of losses, compared to Spurs’ unbeaten record, Huddersfield would have no chance of defeating Spurs and their squad consisting of the likes of Kane, Deli Alli and Trippier. They were in for a momentous loss.
The first half was dominated entirely by strikes from Spurs’ Kane, Ben Davies and a second from Kane in the 23rd minute. 3-0 down and with the half-time whistle nowhere in sight, it was difficult for Huddersfield to see any hope in sight.
In the second half, Spurs decided to take their foot off the gas. It felt like they knew a win was on the cards. That’s not to say there were no chances. Kane had a hat-trick opening but miskicked at close range. It would be Moussa Sissoko that would deliver the final nail in the coffin in the 90th minute. It would leave Huddersfield in a daze but did not appear to knock their confidence, ending their season in 16th - a respectable performance that saw them into next year’s Premier League.
The Spurs vs Huddersfield match on Saturday 13th April 2019 will give the Lilywhites another chance to continue their current success in this 2018/19 season. Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping for another successful season against a side that have begun their year to a 6-1 loss to Man City. It is sure to be a high-scoring event.
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