Spurs were 1 – 3 losers at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers as Cardiff beat an in form Leicester City side and it will be interesting to see how these results play out heading to the first match of 2019 for the two sides. The loss ended Spurs’ seven – match unbeaten run and it was the first time in four matches that they scored less than two goals. They trooped to the game on five straight wins in the Premier League and though they suffered a shock loss, they still hold good class to trouble any big sides in the Premier League. Spurs have eight wins in their last 10 matches and have scored in each of the 10. They have seven wins in their last eight away league matches and they have scored two or more in five of those eight away matches. Spurs have played 11 away matches this season and lost just two, the remaining nine have ended in wins and they are the only side in the league this season not to have drawn any game. Cardiff, on their part, have picked seven points from a possible 15 in their last five matches but they will be looking more to their form at home, having managed nine points from a possible 15 and heading to this game they will be hoping to add to their tally of three wins in five home matches. Four of their five wins in the season have come at home and this will be a fact Spurs will have in mind when they make the trip. Spurs are unbeaten in seven matches against Cardiff City; they have kept five straight clean sheets in this fixture and have won each of the last four meetings. In 33 meetings, Spurs have picked 13 wins over Cardiff, and lost seven.