Tottenham Hotspur host Newcastle United at White Hart Lane in 26th Round of matches of the 2012-13 Premier League season on Saturday 9th February 2013 (KO 12:45).
Spurs come into the match in 4th place in the Table on 45 points with Newcastle in 15th place on 27 points.
This will be the 150th time the two clubs have met.
The first meeting came in the old second round (today's fourth round) of the FA Cup in February 1905 with Newcastle drawing 1-1 at White Hart Lane before winning the replay at St James' Park 4-0. To date, the clubs have met 9 times in the FA Cup.
The clubs met for the first time in the Football League in November 1909 in the First Division with Newcastle winning 1-0 at St James' Park and completing the 'double' over Spurs with a 4-0 win at White Hart Lane in March 1910.
Tottenham's first win over Newcastle came in a First Division match at White Hart Lane in November 1912 with Jimmy Cantrell scoring the only goal of the match.
There were further meetings in the First Division up to season 1933-34 with honours generally pretty even.
An FA Cup 4th round match in January 1935 was won 2-0 by Spurs at White Hart Lane with George Hunt (Spurs' record goalscorer until Bobby Smith) scoring both goals.
The next 12 meetings between the clubs came in the Second Division of the Football League either side of World War Two from 1935-36 to 1947-48. These dozen matches were the only League games contested between Spurs and Newcastle outside the Top Flight of English Football.
The 1950-51 season saw Spurs win their first Football League Championship and in the process they did the 'double' over Newcastle winning 7-0 at home and 1-0 away. The 70,336 spectators at White Hart Lane for that emphatic 7-0 win were the largest crowd at any Spurs v Newcastle fixture in history.
Spurs beat Newcastle United in the 1952 Charity Shield 2-1 at White Hart Lane with Les Bennett and Peter 'Spud' Murphy scoring the goals which won the silverware.
The first Football League Cup meeting came in the Semi-Finals in January 1976 with John Pratt scoring the winning goal at White Hart Lane in the first leg but Newcastle winning 3-1 at St James' Park despite a Don McAllister goal to advance to the Wembley Final.
Newcastle United, along with West Ham United, were the first clubs to be promoted to the Premier League for the 1993-94 season and Spurs won the first match against Newcastle in the competition 1-0 away at St James' Park with a Teddy Sheringham goal. The Magpies had their revenge at White Hart Lane in December with a 2-1 win.
An FA Cup Semi-Final at Old Trafford in April 1999 was won 2-0 by Newcastle after extra time.
Newcastle lost their Premier League status at the end of the 2008-09 season but won promotion at the first attempt managed by former Spurs player and assistant manager Chris Hughton. Hughton was sacked under contraversial circumstances in December 2010 and Alan Pardew was appointed as Newcastle's new manager.
The fixture at St. James' Park last season in October 2011 resulted in a 2-2 draw. Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring from the penalty spot after 40 minutes. Demba Ba pulled Newcastle level three minutes into the second half but Jermain Defoe's 68th minute goal looked like securing all three points. Substitute Shola Ameobi scored a late equaliser for Newcastle.
The reverse fixture at White Hart Lane in February 2012 resulted in a comprehensive 5-0 win for Spurs with goals from Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Louis Saha (2), Niko Kranjcar and Emmanuel Adebayor.
The opening match of the 2012-13 season at St James' Park resulted in a 2-1 win for Newcastle. Demba Ba put United ahead after 54 minutes with Jermain Defoe equalising for Spurs after 76 minutes. Ben Afra was fouled by Aaron Lennon and he scored from the penalty spot for the winner on 80 minutes.
Tottenham Hotspur have won 62 of the 149 matches played so far with Newcastle United winning 55 and the remaining 32 games drawn.
Full History of Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United Matches 1905-2013
They Played for Spurs & Newcastle....
Ossie Ardiles (Spurs player & manager, Newcastle manager)
Kevin Bond (Assistant manager at both clubs)
Keith Burkinshaw (Spurs manager, Newcastle coach)
Jesse Carver (Newcastle player, Spurs coach)
Tony Galvin (Spurs player, Newcastle asst. manager)
Chris Hughton (Spurs player & asst. manager, Newcastle manager)
Peter McWilliam (Newcastle player, Spurs manager)
Alan Pardew (Spurs loanee, Newcastle manager)
Charlie Woods (Chief scout with both clubs)