Loic Remy
Loic Remy celebrates after scoring against Spurs. [Reuters]

1420: So another impressive win for Newcastle who move level on points with Manchester United ahead of their massive game against Arsenal. I'll be back in just over an hour with coverage from Old Trafford.

1415: Newcastle manager Alan Pardew.

"I thought first half we were the better team, second half they changed it and caused us no ends of problems. We have to defend with our lives but that is what makes football great. Our goalie was terrific and the centre halves, they were the stars.

"He has had a few good uns for us, Tim. I think he is the best Dutch goalie for sure and I think he is the best in the Premier League. He has been really hurt with injuries and not had a good run in last 18 months.

"Loic Remy scores goals, we felt because the Spurs centre halves play high there are going to be chances in behind. He took the second one really well and gave us the platform to win the game."

1410: Man of the match Tim Krul.

"The first save was the best, Soldado's header. The sun was low and it kick-started from there. Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa put his life on the line to clear one and it shows the commitment, from the back five to the strikers. A great squad.

"This is the highlight of my career. It was nice to celebrate with the back four. These kind of games don't happen very often. A great result.

"I think we have played better, against Sunderland played well and lost. As long as we keep grafting, Remy up front and he keeps scoring. If we keep a clean sheet we can win games.

"We know the Premier League is unforgiving. Two home games to go and we can look ahead with great confidence.

1355: It's all over and what a win for Alan Pardew's men. Tottenham will feel they should have got something out of that game as Tim Krul was forced to make 14 saves but in truth, Newcastle deserved the three points.

1354: Excellent work from Newcastle here, they are seeing out this game comfortably now and what a seven days it will have been after defeating Chelsea last week.

1351: We are now into five minutes of injury time. Can Spurs finally beat Krul?

1350: STAT: Spurs have completed 350 passes to Newcastle's 138 and they've dominated possession (59%-41%). But they cannot find a way past Krul.

1349: That is a cynical challenge from Michael Dawson who prevents a Newcastle counter by sliding in and taking out a flying Sissoko.

1347: STAT: Tim Krul's 12 saves today are the most in a Premier League game this season. Previous best was Cardiff's David Marshall (11) also against Spurs

1344: Jan Vertonghen smashes a header into the bar after rising at the back post and connecting with a corner from Eriksen. Spurs just cannot get the equaliser.

1341: Two more saves from Tim Krul. This time he denies a toe poke from Paulinho from around 8 yards and then a follow up from Eriksen. That's 12 saves, the most in the Premier League this season.

1337: Cisse loves an outrageous goal and he attemps a really difficult first time volley from a tight angle on his weaker foot but can only blaze it over the bar.

1333: Newcastle making another change as Papiss Cisse comes on for the goalscorer Loic Remy. The Frenchman hasn't had a chance in the secod half but could his goal prove decisive.

1330: I may as well just control and paste this as once again Krul makes another fine save. This time he denies Townsend.

1327: Here comes Defoe. Tottenham's al time leading goalscorer in European competitions replaces Gylfi Sigurdsson.

1325: Spurs have now had 18 shots on goal but still can't find a way through.

1323: That is wild from Sigurdsson. Spurs are strating to see plenty of the ball and the Iceland international ends up trying his luck from distance but it isn't troubling Krul. Then seconds later the Dutch keeper makes another save from Townsend. Tottenham starting to ramp up the pressure.

1320: Newcastle make their first chance as Vurnon Anita comes on for the largely ineffective Shola Ameobi.

1316: Well what a run that is from Sissoko who carrys the ball from well into his own half before driving past Vertonghen and forcing Friedel into a save at his near post. He was just far to strong for the Spus left back.

1313: This time Sigurdsson blasted it goalwards and it took a huge deflection. Krul was going the wrong way but changed direction and got a strong hand on the ball before once again blocking a follow up from a Spurs player. Brilliant stuff from the Dutch stopper.

1312: Great response from Spurs here who win a free kick around 25 yards from goal and in a central area. Debuchy earns a caution for the challenge and Krul pulls off another stunning save.

1309: Another briliant save from Krul. It's a quick break from Spurs as Townsend gets inside the Newcastle box and squares for the Dane who looks to pass it pat the in-form Newcastle keeper but his trailing leg denies the former Ajax man.

1307: Corner for Tottenham and they seem to be playing with more urgency in this half. Eriksen takes but it is well held by Krul.

1304: AVB is making changes. Younes Kaboul comes on for Vlad Chiriches who picked up a blow just before half-time, while Sandro replaces Mousa Dembele.

1302: What can Spurs do to get back in this game, well perhaps getting Eriksen on the ball more often will help. The Dane has looked in fine form out there but just hasn't seen that much of the ball.

1256: Former Spurs striker Gary Lineker clearly a fan of Loic Remy.

1249: Peep peep. It's half time and there are groans around White Hart Lane as Newcastle go in with a 1-0 lead thanks to Loic Remy. Tim Krul has made a couple of great saves but Spurs are struggling. 1245: Late chance for Tottenham here as they win a corner but it comes to nothing and we have just two minutes remaining. 1243: Another good one-handed save from Krul. This time the ball is worked across the edge of the Newcastle box as Townsens picks out Paulinho. The Brazilian looks to curl one in the top corner but Krul is up to the task and brilliant turns it round the post. 1240: Another warning for Spurs as Remy once again is played in behind the Tottenham defence and he again rounds Friedel and finishes but he is ruled offside. And rightly so. 1238: Krul is forced into action and it's Tottenham's best player so far Eriksen who hits a crisp strike from distance but it's straight at the Dutch keeper who does well to take the sting out the effort. 1237: Spurs fans really unhappy at the Lane. They feel it is all a bit slow in attack and Newcastle look the far more dangerous side. 1235: OPTA STAT: Loic Remy has scored 47% of Newcastle's PL goals this season; the highest proportion of any player in the top-flight. Signing. 1234: Feel for Soldado up there by himself as he is really working off scraps. Spurs struggling to get him in the game while Remy looks dangerous making runs in behind the Tottenham defence. He latches onto another through ball but this time he is just offside. 1230: Wonderful save from Krul. It's another brilliant ball in from Eriksen and Soldado helps it goalwards with a clever header which forces the Dutchman into a fine one handed save. 1228: Vertonghen goes close from around 30 yards as he takes charge of a Spurs free-kick. The Belgian connects well but drags it slightly wide and Krul is yet to be tested. 1226: Spurs trying to get Townsend on the ball but he is trying to come inside at every opportunity and it is easy for the Newcastle defenders to read. Needs to change it up every now and again and try to get to the touchline. 1222: Spurs playing with the a very high defensive line, as they always do. But with Friedel in goal there is a lot of space behind as he does not sweep like Lloris. I'm sure Newcastle will be looking to play plenty of balls in behind for Remy to chase. 1220: STAT: Loic Remy has socred seven goals in his last seven Premier League appearances. Reliable. 1219: What a cross that is from Eriksen who bends a perfect ball just in front of Krul but there isn't a single Spurs player attacking it. Someone should have really taken a chance with that. 1215: Tottenham have been very sloppy on the ball in midfield and Newcastle are biting in with challenges and winning plenty of possession in dangerous areas. While in Remy they possess a great natural finisher. There are going to be plenty of clubs looking to sign him when his seasn-long loan from QPR ends. 1213: GOAL: Loic Remy hands Newcastle the lead. Spurs give it away in the middle of the park and Gouffran slides through a wonderful ball which Remy runs into before rounding Friedel and slotting home with his left-foot. Fantastic finish. 1212: Friedel then produces a double save from the resulting corner before Sissoko heads over. A bright start and it's looks like both sides can be a threat in attack. 1211: An ever better opportunity for Newcastle after a glorious pass from Yohan Cabaye picks up Remy running clear but Chiriches comes across at the last minute and toes it away for a corner. Great defending. 1210: Chance for Soldado. It's a wonderful corner from Christian Eriksen and the Spanish forward is unmarked around 10 yards out and has a free header, but he can't control it and it goes sailing over the bar. Should have done better. 1208: Chiriches showing he can do more than just defend after playing a wonderful quick on-two and powering forward but his cross is once again fired straight at Krul. Spurs starting brightly and looking to use their pace in wide areas. 1204: It is a wonderfully sunny day in north London but Krul hasn't gone for the classic look of a cap. Might regret that as the sun is really in his eyes. 1203: Early threat from Spurs as Paulinho feeds an overlapping Kyle Walker but he is on the stretch and his cross is straight into the hands of Tim Krul. 1202: We're underway and it seems Newcastle will have some job just scoring a goal today as Tottenham have not conceded in the six games that summer signing Vlad Chiriches has started. 1200: After an impeccable silence at the Lane, we are greeted with a cacophony of noise in expectation of a good home. I'm just hoping for some goals. 1154: So here come the players all wearing special tops to commemorate Rememberance Sunday and we will have a minutes silence before kick-off. 1152: Seems Spurs have a decent record against Newcastle at the Lane.

1150: Brad Friedel seems to have been around forever and today he makes his 450th Premier League appearance. Can you believe his first game was all the way back in February 1998 for Liverpool. That is some serious longevity.

1146: AVB confirms that the medical staff advised him that Lloris could not play today but it seems he will be fine for international duty with France next week.

11.41: Teams:

Spurs: Friedel, Walker, Dawson, Chiriches, Vertonghen, Paulinho, Dembele, Townsend, Eriksen, Sigurdsson, Soldado. Subs: Gomes, Kaboul, Lennon, Lamela, Holtby, Defoe, Sandro.

Newcastle: Krul, Debuchy, Williamson, Yanga-Mbiwa, Santon, Tiote, Cabaye, Remy, Sissoko, Gouffran, Shola Ameobi. Subs: Coloccini, Anita, Cisse, Ben Arfa, Elliot, Obertan, Sammy Ameobi.

Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)

1140: Right so let's talk team news and the biggest talking point is that Hugo Lloris is missing and Brad Friedel will get a rare Premier League start. Andre Villas-Boas had said the French keeper would be fit to play but it seems he has been overruled by the medical staff.

1135: Morning everyone and welcome to IBTimes' live coverage of Tottenham v Newcastle from White Hart Lane. Having covered a number of Spurs games already this season I'm dreading another goalless draw. The north London club have scored just nine goals in 10 league games this season and once again they play just one up front. Perhaps the goals will come from the one in-form striker on show in Newcastle's Loic Remy. The Frenchman is a natural finisher and should he get a chance, then expect him to finish.