Full time: Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Newcastle United

Tottenham throw everything forward with a minute of added time left but they have run out of time. Their 14-match unbeaten run is over, and Newcastle United climb out of the relegation zone!

NEWCASTLE HAVE A SECOND! Wijnaldum flicks a hopeful ball forward to Perez, who slips inside Vertonghen and fires across from a tight angle inside the right of the box. It's a vicious effort that Lloris gets a hand to, but it squirms through him and into the back of the net!

Goal! Tottenham 1-2 Newcastle United (Ayoze Perez, 90+3)

Newcastle within inches of getting a second! Ayoze threads one through for Sissoko down the inside right and the Frenchman does superbly well to hold off his marker and force a ball across goal. Mitrovic stretches to try and get the crucial touch but can't quite reach.

Dier loses the ball just inside the Newcastle half, allowing Sissoko to drive forward down the right once again. He tries to deliver on from deep but Rose gets back to force the corner. Without stating the absolute obvious, you feel anyone could win this at the moment.

Newcastle close to snatching a second! Ayoze is played through and he takes it away from Alderweireld with a wonderful first touch., He dances inside the Belgian again inside the box but just as he is about to pull the trigger Vertonghen slides across to make a crucial block. Ayoze is shown a yellow card for something he has done in that incident, his studs showing as he slid into shoot? Seems very harsh.

Newcastle are level! That corner is over hit but at the far post, Coloccini keeps it alive and nods it back into the danger zone. Mbemba forces it towards goal and Lloris blocks, but it falls kindly to Mitrovic, who is just off the bench, to prod home from two yards out!

Goal! Tottenham 1-1 Newcastle United (Aleksander Mitrovic, 73)

Janmaat tries to swing in a cross from the right but it is blocked by a fairly blatant hand ball by Rose who is shown a yellow card.

Another Newcastle change: Aleksander Mitrovic is on for Cisse. Just as he enters the fray Son slides a ball across the D for Eriksen to hit first time, but it's a fairly comfortable one for Elliot to deal with.

Tottenham win a free kick that looks to be a little too far out and a little too far off to the left for a shot on goal. Eriksen has no such concerns, however, bending one in looking for the bottom corner but Elliot reads well and saves.

And a change for Spurs too, Heung-Min Son is on to replace Tom Carroll.

Carroll miscontrols the ball allowing Colback to potentially break but he is hauled down by the young Spurs midfielder, who accepts his booking.

Sissoko gets in behind Rose out on the right and has acres of space to run into with Perez and Cisse in the box. It's a promising move, but his delivery is a poor one that it too close to Lloris, who can easily collect.

Newcastle have stayed in this contest but they are lacking a real cutting edge at the minute. In response to that, McClaren is bringing Ayoze Perez for De Jong.

Newcastle have their first corner of the match and try to find Mbemba at the near post but Rose sticks to him and clears.

Kane tries his luck with a fine effort from 25 yards out after a good break from Walker, forcing a decent save out of Elliot. Newcastle clear the resulting corner.

Cisse close to equalising! Wijnaldum drives forward and slides a lovely pass through for Cisse who did well to stay onside. The angle becomes tighter as he enters the box and tries to find the far corner with a precise effort across goal but it drifts just wide of the post.

Wijnaldum does brilliantly surrounded by three Spurs players, backheeling the ball away from them and threading a ball to Cisse inside the box. His first touch is a dismal one, however, allowing Alderwiereld across to clear.

Eriksen eyes it up but he hammers it into the wall.

Tottenham break on the counter through Kane who sprays it wide to Walker, who waits for Alli to catch up. He finds the young midfielder on the edge of the box just as he is clipped. Spurs have a free kick and it is very much in Eriksen territory.

Erik Lamela is picked out by Walker who lofts a ball into his path down the right. The Argentine lifts a cross in between Colback and Dummett but his delivery has too much on it and flies across the face of goal and out.

And Tottenham get us back underway for the second half.

Half time: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Newcastle United

Two minutes of stoppage time added on at White Hart Lane.

Eriksen drops a shoulder and tries to curl one on goal from 25 yards out. It cannons off the back of Coloccini and out to the left where Rose is unmarked following it up where he hammers a shot/cross on goal but in the end it misses everyone, including the target.

Elliot is beaten on the third try! From the resulting corner, Eriksen lifts one in towards Dier who makes a simple run across his man to the near post. He thumps it across to the far post and despite Elliot getting a hand to it, he can't keep it out.

Goal! Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Newcastle United (Eric Dier, 38)

And another stop from Elliot! Eriksen is first to a poor clearance, nodding it up to Kane who in turn nods it on into the path of Lamela who bursts into the box. He hits one first time but Elliot reacts brilliantly again to palm it over.

Tottenham denied by a wonderful save from Elliot! It'd s terrific move from Tottenham as Carroll slots a clever ball down the left for Rose who follows it up with a precise cut back across goal to find Lamela. From just inside the box, the Argentina curls one for the far corner but the Newcastle goalkeeper springs across to palm it away.

In today's other 4pm kick off, West Brom have just equalised against Liverpool to make it 1-1 at Anfield.

Walker wins the latest battle with Wijnaldum, forcing the Dutchman back from a Newcastle counter and into losing possession. The full back then gets on the loose ball but is cut down by a late challenge from Colback, who is shown a yellow card for his trouble.

The past few minutes have been a sloppy phase of play where both sides have conceded possession easily. There is a good battle taking place between Wijnaldum and Walker down that side of the pitch; the Dutchman looks to have the pace to keep up with the full back as well as cause him problems of his own own.

Tottenham's pressing game is as relentless as ever today, Newcastle, in possession about 40 yards out from the Spurs goal are forced back all the way back to Elliot whose goal kick is sent into the stands as a result.

Rose has shaken off that impact injury and the game can continue.

Rose bravely slides across Sissoko to try and win the ball back bounces horribly off the grass as he does so. He looks in some pain as the physios come on.

Eriksen, just outside the box, dinks a wonderful ball into the six yard area for Kane but at the last moment he hesitates, allowing Elliot to come out and claim.

Dier was an injury doubt before the match but is showing no signs of being off the pace so far, reacting quickly to lift the ball away from Anita and have a crack on goal, but drags his shot wide from 25 yards out.

Eriksen plays a clever ball down the left to find the onrushing Danny Rose but the full back is running at full pelt and can't get any control on his cross, lifting high and wide over the bar. Decent start from both sides here.

Cisse, get out of the way! De Jong exhanges passes with his strike partner and drops a shoulder inside the box to curl a powerful effort on goal that looks to be going on target. Only problem is Cisse has continued his run across him and is caught flush in the face by the shot, blocking it completely! Great stuff.

Tottenham have started very brightly with Kyle Walker giving Dummett an early insight into what he is in for this afternoon, driving down the right flank and slotting a cross in that Newcastle manage to clear.

Early danger for Newcastle as Harry Kane receives the ball from a throw in, easily drifts inside past Sissoko and drills one for the bottom corner but it saved and gathered at the second attempt.

De Jong and Anita get the ball rolling at White Hart Lane for us.

And we are minutes away from kick off at White Hart Lane.

Spurs were able to make a handful of changes midweek against Monaco and they have their strong line up on show today that also includes a Premier League debut for Tom Carroll.

As an added boost, Nabil Bentaleb is back among the subs. The 20-year-old has not played since the 0-0 draw against Everton in August, suffering another foot injury while on international duty with Algeria on November, but his league comeback could come today.

BREAKING: Newcastle United unchanged from the side that beat Liverpool last week.

BREAKING: Eric Dier starts after recovering from the shin injury suffered against Monaco. Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane return to the starting XI.

Tottenham team to face Newcastle: Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Carroll, Dier; Lamela, Alli, Eriksen; Kane

Subs: Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Bentaleb, Chadli, Onomah, Son

Eric Dier was an injury casualty in that win over Monaco but is expected to recover from that shin problem in time for this afternoon's match. Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen are all expected to return after being rested during Thursday's match while Nabil Bentaleb, who hasn't featured in the league since August, is available again, along with Nacer Chadli.

Newcastle have been beset by injuries recently but have no new concerns to speak of and are expected to name the same team that toppled Liverpool last Sunday.

Thanks to Manchester United's latest capitulation, Tottenham Hotspur have the added incentive this afternoon of knowing that a win over Newcastle United will lift them into the top four. Having not lost since the opening day of the season in the league, it's little more than they deserve. Mauricio Pochettino's side have not always enjoyed their best outings that follow their midweek Europa League matches – the same which can be said for any other team playing on Thursday nights – but a thrilling 4-1 thrashing of Monaco marked by a hat-trick from Erik Lamela should ensure a spring in their step.

The gloom around St Jamses' Park was partially lifted last week when Newcastle United recorded just their third win of the season over Liverpool last week. It wasn't enough to lift the Magpies out of the relegation zone but it was enough to lift the pressure off Steve McClaren.