The club that did so much to help save Fabrice Muamba’s life looked set to lose their fourth Premier League match in a row until Rafael Van Der Vart’s equaliser three minutes into injury-time saw them nick what could be a valuable point against an as ever battling Stoke side.
This 1-1 draw must be a slightly worrying result for Harry however because, difficult to beat as Tony Pulis’ side are at home, they simply do not win away, having bagged the maximum points on their travels just four times all season. In the end; Harry will be pleased to stop the rot though and earn what could be a pivotal point come season’s end.
Has Harry Redknapp’s focus slipped with so much speculation on when or if he’ll take the England job? Saturday will go a long way to showing whether that is the case as the Lilywhites travel to Stamford Bridge for a lunchtime kick-off for what is now a six-pointer for both sides. The win is much more important to the home side though and one imagines that all at White Hart Lane would settle for a weekend draw at this juncture.