Spurs have won each of their four Premier League games against Cardiff – only Manchester City (7 v Bournemouth) and Arsenal (6 v Reading) have a better 100 per cent record against an opponent in the competition.
Spurs are still yet to play out a draw in the Premier League this season (W16 D0 L5), just the ninth occasion in top-flight history that a team has gone 21 or more games into a season without drawing.
Cardiff have the same number of points this season (18) as they did after 21 games of their only previous Premier League campaign (18 in 2013-14), however they do have a worse goal difference this term (-22).
Cardiff have conceded 25 goals across their games against the “big six” teams in the Premier League this season; the most of any side.
Spurs striker Harry Kane has now scored against all 28 of the opponents he’s faced in the Premier League, with this his first goal against Cardiff in his fourth appearance against them.
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