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Tottenham v Newcastle October 24, 2014, 18:11 Tottenham will be hoping to avoid a European hangover when they play host to struggling Newcastle in the Premier League on Sunday.

Spurs ran out comfortable 5-1 victors over Asteras Tripolis in the Europa League on Thursday, with Harry Kane bagging a hat-trick against the Greek outfit.They are looking to bounce back from last weekend's 4-1 defeat at Manchester City, where Sergio Aguero scored all four goals for the defending league champions.The north Londoners find themselves just two points off the top-four in ninth place, although a concern for manager Mauricio Pochettino after the opening eight matches is their negative goal difference, having shipped 11 and scored only 10.Meanwhile, the Magpies will be looking to build on their first victory of the season, which saw them beat top-flight newcomers Leicester 1-0 last weekend.That triumph took the Tynesiders three points clear of the bottom-two, although still in the relegation zone but one point adrift of safety.The hosts prepare for the visit of Alan Pardew's side without the services of Federico Fazio, who is ruled out through suspension.Centre-back Fazio is serving a three-match suspension following his red card at the Etihad, with Jan Vertonghen and Vlad Chiriches vying to replace him in the heart of defence.Nabil Bentaleb and Kyle Naughton are facing late fitness tests on their respective ankle injuries, while Kyle Walker remains on the sidelines after undergoing abdominal surgery.The visitors have a few injury doubts of their own ahead of the long trip to the capital, with concerns over the fitness of six players.Mike Williamson (muscle problem), Paul Dummett (hamstring), Cheick Tiote (calf), Papiss Cisse (knee), Emmanuel Riviere and Sammy Ameobi will all be assessed closer to kick-off.However, Pardew welcomes back Ryan Taylor, who returns to the squad for the first time in 26 months, having been sidelined by two cruciate ligament injuries.