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Stoke depressingly outclassed, outworked in heavy defeat at Spurs

Harry Kane's hat trick helped power Tottenham past Stoke City and into second place in the table.
Harry Kane's hat trick helped power Tottenham past Stoke City and into second place in the table.
Mark Hughes says Stoke City gave Tottenham's star players too much respect, which helped fuel Spurs' four-goal effort.

Stoke can count themselves lucky that they left White Hart Lane with just a 4-0 loss on Sunday, having put in their latest shambolic showing of the season against Tottenham. It was a game in which they were rarely a worthy opponent for a Spurs side who arguably showed some mercy by not pushing for a fifth or sixth goal.

The hosts had played four games since the Potters last featured in the league but it was they who showed the urgency, consistently first to the second ball all afternoon in a...

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Harry Kane rampant, Dele Alli keeps his cool as Spurs thrash Stoke 4-0

Harry Kane's hat trick helped power Tottenham past Stoke City and into second place in the table.
Harry Kane's hat trick helped power Tottenham past Stoke City and into second place in the table.
Paul Mariner and Sebastian Salazar discuss whether Harry Kane can go all the way in the race for the Golden Boot.
Harry Kane and Dele Alli were happy for Tottenham to get back to winning ways after crashing out of the Europa League.

LONDON -- Three thoughts from White Hart Lane as Harry Kane led Spurs to an emphatic 4-0 win against Stoke.

1. Kane puts Stoke to the sword

Tottenham climbed up to second place in captivating style, blowing away Stoke with the quality of their attacking play. When Spurs hit top gear, they are the Premier League's most entertaining team. And at their fulcrum, just as he has been for the last three seasons, was Harry Kane, who delivered first-half fireworks in scoring a hat trick and setting...

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Man United meet Southampton in EFL final, Leicester need win vs. Liverpool

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner predict the Premier League fixtures in week 26.
The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.

Could the unthinkable happen? Could Leicester really go down? It's a huge game for the Foxes on Monday night as Liverpool come to the King Power and now they don't have a manager! The hosts are in real trouble, without a goal or a Premier League point so far in 2017 they sacked Claudio Ranieri and need to start firing on the pitch.

Elsewhere, the first silverware of the season is up for grabs in the EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton.

Have your say on that and all the rest of...

Stoke's trip to Tottenham could be wake-up call after poor play in wins

Joe Allen celebrates after scoring for Stoke on Saturday.
A well-rested Stoke will travel to Tottenham after warm-weather training and a deceptive 1-0 win at Crystal Palace.

Despite Stoke winning 1-0 in their last game against Crystal Palace, it was very much a case of one side being not quite as bad as the other, which means that Sunday's trip to Tottenham could prove something of a wake-up call for Mark Hughes and his men.

In isolation, there is nothing wrong with playing poorly and winning. But the Stoke players have flattered to deceive for the majority of the campaign and in Spurs they will be up against a team who have picked up much where they left off last season...

 By Nick Miller

Berahino and Pulis stoke the fires in West Brom and Stoke's gripping rivalry

The most compelling storyline in the Premier League at the moment is not the title race. It's not the relegation battle, with teams that looked dead showing life and some that seemed safe now circling the drain. It's not even whoever Jose Mourinho is arguing with this week.

None of those. The most interesting -- funniest, least dignified, most entertaining, whatever you like -- tale in English football is the squabble between West Brom and Stoke. Usually, clubs prefer to keep their spats relatively...

Bruno Martins Indi excels in drab Stoke win over Crystal Palace

Mark Hughes says it was far from Stoke's best performance, but loved his team's response against a resurgent Crystal Palace.

Three points and a clean sheet against any Premier League team is not to be sniffed at, but Stoke's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace was about as uninspiring as victories get. It was an open game featuring two sides playing well below their collective abilities whose shared game plan was to pick up the second ball off their respective target men.

It led to a relatively uneventful contest with little in the way of goalmouth action but one that was won with a rare departure from long balls forward in favour...