Tottenham 2019/20: Five stats you didn't know
Explore Tottenham's stats from the 2019/20 season
Last Updated: 06/04/20 11:45am
From a safe pair of hands to some ineffective subs, we pick out five stats you may not have known about Spurs' 2019/20 season.
We're goin' through changes
It's always to be expected that more players will be used during an injury crisis or when there's a change of manager during a season, but Spurs have taken this to another level.
They've used 29 players across 29 games in the Premier League so far this season, the most of any side in the division. Only three have started more than 20 of those games - Toby Alderweireld (27), Serge Aurier (22) and Davinson Sanchez (21).
Sprung a leak
Even though there's still nine games left of the campaign, Spurs have conceded more goals than in any of the last four completed seasons.
Their tally of 40 is already 14 more than they conceded in the entirety of 2016/17, when they were runners-up to Chelsea.
Tottenham might not have had the best of defensive records this season, but when Hugo Lloris has been fit he's certainly played his part.
The World Cup winner has kept out 78.1 per cent of the shots he's faced in the Premier League. Only Liverpool stopper Alisson has a higher save percentage.
Despite using so many players this season, changing things on the pitch hasn't always gone to plan.
Only one substitute has scored in the Premier League for Tottenham this season. It was Lucas Moura, against Manchester City, right back on August 17.
No team has had a bigger points drop from the same stage of 2018/19, which may not be a surprise given Spurs' position down in eighth.
They've picked up 20 points fewer than at this stage last season, meaning they would need the equivalent of seven wins from their final nine games to better that tally.
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Use the interactive widget below to explore more Tottenham stats from the 2019/20 season - from passing to shooting to discipline... just hit the tabs. And then delve into each player's individual numbers using the drop-down option in the second widget.