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Local activist arrested more than 30 times subject of minidocumentary

first_img Tags: documentary • film festivals • films Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% With a rap sheet that spans some three decades, one of the activists who famously hoisted a 75-foot “Resist” banner from a crane behind the White House last November is now the subject of a short documentary.The protest denouncing President Donald Trump’s policies made national headlines and landed Greenpeace activist Karen Topakian and a handful of others, including local activist Nancy Pili Hernandez, in jail for 18 hours. By Topakian’s standards, it was a tremendous success.“It went around the world a few times,” said Topakian, who lives in the Mission District. “I do this to be a body count to show that there are people who are willing to risk their freedom for unknown consequences.”The action certainly wasn’t the first time that Topakian put her freedom at stake to protest social injustices. Weighing in on nuclear weapons policy, war, human rights and environmental abuses, the passionate social justice advocate has made marching, laying down, sitting-in or climbing on public spaces in protest her life’s work. 0%center_img Topakian’s first arrest was in 1982  for “laying in a road in New York” in protest against nuclear proliferation at the United Nations headquarters. Since then, Topakian has been arrested some 33 times – “maybe more, but definitely not less,” she said.The 62-year-old’s activism is now featured in the four-minute documentary “Arrested Again,” which premiered at the San Francisco Green Film Fest in April and will screen again in the SF Documentary Film Festival on June 4 and June 6. The documentary is filmmaker Dan Goldes’ third short film since 2011 and was shot entirely using his iPhone.Goldes, who met Topakian on the screening committee of the Green Film Festival last year, said he was inspired to tell her story after inquiring about a telephone number scribbled on her forearm in black sharpie.The phone number was to the National Lawyers Guild, which among other things provides legal support to activists and protesters who are arrested. Topakian had gone to a protest earlier that day and was, as always, prepared to leave in handcuffs.“She told me that she always writes that [number] on her arm when there is a protest and there is a possibility of being arrested,” said Goldes. “That’s when she told me she’s been arrested dozens of times – She told more of her story, like it wasn’t a big deal.”Topakian, who is the chair of the board of Greenpeace, Inc.,  is both humble and straightforward when it comes to talking about her extensive history of advocacy, clearly preferring to let her actions speak for themselves. “It’s not about self-promotion,” she said. “It’s about, ‘this issue requires a response and I believe it requires an elevated response – hence, I do X.’”When asked about what drives her to repeatedly put her body on the line, Topakian said it comes down to channelling outrage and fear into peaceful action.“What is the thing that you really care so much about that you are willing to step away from your everyday life and do something about it?” she asked.Still, Topakian doesn’t necessarily consider civil disobedience the mark of an activist. She says it simply “isn’t for everyone.”Topakian knows that she is in a position of privilege to make radical moves, which she said she has chosen to leverage while practicing her first amendment right. “I am white, I’m well educated, I’m older and I do not worry about my immigration status,” she said. “Being a woman [gives you] a tiny privilege, but not a whole lot.”“She’s willing to put herself out here on behalf of many people who can’t,” said Goldes. Under the current administration, both Topakian and Goldes hope that the film will inspire others to forego their comfort zones to make a change. “There is a clear need for resistance work, and I think Karen’s story can be that inspiration. But it doesn’t mean people will have to get arrested,” said Goldes. “Hopefully it will inspire people to get involved with an advocacy organization, contact their representatives, or go to a march.”“Arrested Again” will screen at the DocLands Film Festival in San Rafael on Friday, May 12 at 7 p.m., and at the San Francisco Doc Fest on June 4 at 12:30 p.m. and on June 6 at 7:15 p.m. at the Roxie Theater at 3117 16th St. Tickets can be purchased here. last_img read more

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In a move that pushes history and the law the SF Democratic

first_img“This is precisely what the Democratic Party needs right now,” added committee member Jen Low. “Despite the shortcomings of this party, Sarah has given so much already, and she doesn’t even have the privilege to vote. That’s a tremendous statement and this needs to be the new normal.”So, this is a provocative and envelope-pushing move. But even Campos acknowledges that the law isn’t necessarily on his side. “Can she serve remainder of the term? Can she run for election? And can she serve as a delegate at the state convention?” asks Campos. Right now even he doesn’t have definitive answers to those questions. But he hopes to change laws and bylaws so they’re all a “yes.”At least locally, San Francisco DCCC bylaws actually do allow membership for someone “ineligible to register to vote,” upon the condition that he or she has “declared his intention to register as a Democrat upon becoming eligible to register as a voter.”Souza, who declined to be interviewed for this piece, came to the United States from Brazil in 2001 when she was 15. She attended San Francisco State University and earned a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs at the University of San Francisco. At present, Souza works as a community organizer at the California Reinvestment Coalition.“But for the fact she’s not a citizen, she would be a Democrat,” explains Campos of his appointee.And yet, at the state level, the law grows less favorable for Souza — in several places. No one, however, has challenged her nomination and it is unclear if Souza wants to run for re-election in 2020.Campos, himself a former undocumented immigrant, is hoping state law can be modified.Regardless of how long Souza is able to stay in the position, he says this was the “morally right” move, and he — and Souza — are up for the challenge.“We need to push the party to make Dreamers a recognized class of people who can be full participants in the Democratic party.” Campos taps Dreamer Sarah Souza for Democratic County Central CommitteeOutside of political endorsement season, most people don’t pay all that much attention to the goings-on within San Francisco’s Democratic Party.On Wednesday night, however, a little bit of history was made. Democratic County Central Committee (DCCC) chair David Campos filled the spot vacated by former supervisor Malia Cohen by tapping Latino Democratic Club president Sarah Souza — a DACA recipient. Campos says that the state Democratic party has told him that no other county committee has ever added a Dreamer to its governing body.So, this is a historical first, and a symbolic statement made at a time when the plight of Dreamers — undocumented immigrants brought to this country as children — is a favorite cruel bargaining chip of President Trump. Subscribe to Mission Local’s daily newsletter “If the party wants to be true to its principles,” Campos says, “it has to find a way of making these young people participants in the Democratic process.”Campos’ nomination of Souza was unanimously approved by the DCCC, with a number of San Francisco political luminaries afterward posing with the new commissioner and posting affirmations to social media. Typical of the reaction:center_img Email Address 100% support Sarah Souza’s appointment to the DCCC!!! Go Sarah Go!!! https://t.co/H8BLQZppbq— Hillary Ronen (@HillaryRonen) January 24, 2019last_img read more

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KEIRON Cunningham is set to host a question and an

first_imgKEIRON Cunningham is set to host a question and answer session for coaches.Saints’ Head Coach and his assistant Sean Long will be sharing their experiences and knowledge with the audience.It is in partnership with the Sky Sports Rugby League Foundation Programme and will take place on January 11 at 12pm to 2.30pm.The Conference is targeted (although not exclusively) at coaches in local clubs and schools and has been developed in response to feedback from the Community Clubs’ coaches.Craig Richards, Saints RL Coach Development Officer, said: “It gives me great pleasure to invite Keiron and Longy to speak at our first coaching conference.“Both are club legends who have virtually won every domestic honour in the game and they have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience to pass onto our aspiring coaches.“St Helens has a great tradition of producing talented players and this conference provides a superb developmental opportunity for all our coaches to ensure we continue to produce talent.”The conference will feature how the coaches got to where they are today, their influences, philosophies and transition to coaching as well as good practice examples.To register a place on the event, or for further information, email craig.richards@saintsrlfc.comlast_img read more

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19yearold woman shot in Wilmington on life support

first_img WPD said when the officers arrived they located Savannah Miller, 19, who was then transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center.She remains on life support as of Monday Morning.If anyone has any information, contact WPD or use Text a Tip. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Wilmington Police have identified a woman shot on Saturday night.According to Wilmington Police spokeswoman Jennifer Dandron, officers responded to a report of a woman shot in the 700 block of South 13 Street and Wooster Street at 10:30 PM.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Beach Soccer Classic boosts local economy in offseason

first_img Games were spread out across seven different locations, and teams came from as far as South Carolina and Virginia.For an area that mainly sees tourists during summer months, it’s positive for the local economy to see a tourism boost in the off-season.With attendees renting hotel rooms, dining out at local restaurants, and spending on other miscellaneous items, the New Hanover County Tourism Authority estimated the tournament would create a total economic impact of $2.25 million.Related Article: Wilmington Sharks could look for new homeBeach Soccer Classic program director Dani Pittman said she hoped the benefits would extend beyond this one weekend.“May, June, July is the bulk of when we get the most tourists, so for us to be able to bring an event during the off-season, the economic impact is a little over $2 million, so for us to be able to bring in families, during what’s kind of a down season for us, is phenomenal for the area, and what we hope is that they come, they have a great time here, and they’ll come back and spend a weekend that isn’t soccer related.”Pittman said the event grew twenty percent since last year, and she hopes it will continue to grow in the future. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The 9th annual Beach Soccer Classic kicked off in New Hanover County over the weekend, bringing thousands of people to the area.155 teams competed in the two-day tournament, ushering in 2,200 players, 150 coaches, and 120 referees to the Cape Fear. The annual event is  is hosted by the Wilmington Hammerheads Youth FC, and sanctioned by the N.C. Youth Soccer Association.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Crews investigate cause of morning fire at Duck and Dive

first_img00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The Wilmington Fire Department responded to a structure fire at Duck and Dive on Dock Street this morning.Assistant Chief Tom Robinson said the call came in at 9:01 a.m. and the first truck was on the scene at 9:04 a.m.- Advertisement – Fire crews said they saw light smoke when they first arrived. They say they were able to extinguish the fire and get it until control within minutes. Crews add there was minor fire damage and moderate smoke damage to the building.No one was injured. The reason for the fire in still under investigation.The portion of Dock Street in front of Duck and Dive is currently closed.last_img read more

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Carolina Beach Lake partially frozen

first_img The photos show freezing around the edges of the lake as well as under the observation pier.It is still not a safe place for humans to try out their ice skating skills! CAROLINA BEACH, NC (WWAY) — Some seagulls took an unexpected walk today on a partially frozen Carolina Beach Lake.The freshwater lake is better known as a place for families to stroll around or perhaps rent a pedal boat, but today it was a spot for birds to perch.- Advertisement – last_img

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Dan McCreadys attorneys submit new statements in election investigation

first_imgBLADEN COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — New information after the state releases new evidence in the elections investigation in Bladen County.The new evidence was released by the state over the weekend. It consists of several statements gathered over December. There are not only testimonials from voters but key local elections board members and candidates about shady activity they heard or witnessed first hand.- Advertisement – Attorneys for Democratic candidate for Congress Dan McCready, who sits 905 votes behind Republican Mark Harris, submitted the evidence. The board is now privy to nearly 20 affidavits alleging voter fraud and tampering with requests for ballots in Bladen and Robeson counties.This new evidence carries similar names and statements we saw over the month-long investigations. Now new sworn statements, one being from former Bladen County Board of Elections Vice Chair Jens Lutz who resigned in earlier this month.“It is my understanding that during prior election years, Board staff allowed Mr. Dowlessto take and copy un redacted absentee ballot request forms, which include social securitynumbers, driver’s license numbers” wrote Lutz in his affidavit.Related Article: Search warrants released in North Carolina election probe“It is my understanding that Open Records Laws allow citizens to receive informationfrom County Boards of Election regarding when absentee ballots would be sent tospecific voters,” wrote Lutz. “Mr. Dowless abused this provision in the law by regularly receiving suchinformation from Board staff, allowing Mr. Dowless to send his workers to those voters right after the ballots arrived. Because the race of the voter is included on this report, Mr. Dowless could have used it to target African-American voters.”“We don’t want no paddy cake justice. We want swift justice,” said former Democratic candidate for Bladen County Sheriff Hakeem Brown.Voters in the Bladen African-American community demanding answers at a town hall last week.“I did not request this ballot, there was no reason for me to request an absentee ballot.”County Democratic Party chair Ben Snyder in his affidavit paraphrased a conversation elections board chair Bobby Ludlum overheard between McCrae Dowless and outgoing elections Director Cynthia Shaw.“While the exact language of each party is not certain,” Snyder wrote going on to say, “I understand the substance of this conversation was generally as follows:Dowless: ‘Well, I have added a new trick’Shaw: ‘What is it?’Dowless: “I am throwing ballots into the trash.’”Shaw told WWAY’s Andrew James earlier in the month she would not comment on the investigation and said it had nothing to do with her leaving office. We reached out to Dowless’ attorney who has not returned my request for comment.The state reached out to Dowless requesting he conduct an in person interview with their legal team on or by January 2, 2019. Dowless’ attorney Cynthia Singletary replied to the state’s general counsel Josh Lawson saying Dowless declined to take part in the interview.last_img read more

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Council approves Portia Hines Park improvements

first_img Nearby residents and members of the Voyage Youth Leadership Council have spent the past year launching a community campaign to bring running water and electricity to the park.The city will use more than $67,000 dollars left over from the recently completed Empie Park Improvement Project.The city says funding is a priority once they receive federal reimbursement for hurricane Florence repairs. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Wilmington City Council approved funds to design restrooms and lighting at Portia Mills Hines Park.The city tore down the original restrooms more than 25 years ago to cut down on crime.- Advertisement – last_img read more

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Students have an overall positive and tolerant views towards integration and inclusion

first_img SharePrint Maltese Primary and Secondary School students have an overall positive, open and tolerant views towards foreign children and intercultural integration and inclusion. However, the data also suggests that a substantial minority of students are still hesitant and / or resistant towards integration. It was found that in such instances students, would prefer assimilation and in some instances separation.This emerged from a research report entitled A Passage to Malta – The Health and Wellbeing of Foreign Children in Malta was published by the Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health in collaboration with the Commissioner for Children. The report delves into the health, wellbeing, education and inclusion of foreign children living in Malta.The project consisted of four studies with about 2500 foreign and Maltese children, making use of both quantitative and qualitative research designs. On the basis of the findings, the report makes various recommendations for action to enhance the wellbeing, quality of life and social inclusion of foreign children in Malta whilst addressing prejudice and discrimination amongst the future Maltese generation.One of the topics, the study delves into, is the attitude of Maltese students towards foreign children, which shows an overall positive views. It was also found that primary school students, female students, students in state and/or independent schools, students with non-Maltese children in their neighbourhood and in their classroom/school and students from particular regions, are more likely to be in favour of cultural diversity and interculturalism.The study however found that social interactions with foreign children are still limited overall. About one half of Maltese students have a number of non-Maltese friends, with one in five students reporting that there are about the same amount of people who are Maltese and non-Maltese living in their neighbourhood and in their classrooms.The attitude of Maltese students to foreign students vary according to the nationality of foreign students, the study has found. The majority prefer peers from Western Europe, North America and Australia, followed by Latin America. The least liked, according to the findings, are children from the Maghreb, the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, with an apparent prejudice being registered against children from these regions. The study also showed that the students have mixed views about children from East Europe, ex-Soviet Union and East Asia. However students from independent schools and in primary schools have more positive views of foreign children, while those from Gozo have the least positive views.Interculturalism and integrationThe indications show, that a majority of Maltese students are against the segregation of foreign students in school and out of school activities. A majority of the students hold positive attitudes about interculturalism, agreeing that the Maltese should accept people from different countries to live in Malta, should help foreigners preserve their culture and should learn about customs and traditions of foreign people living in Malta. Students also agree that other foreign parents should help their children to practice native culture.One fourth to one third of the students appear to be cautious or against full integration of foreigners in Malta. It was found that the positive attitudes are more common in primary schools and decrease from Year 6 to Year 10 in Secondary schools.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>last_img read more

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Discussion Ideas on improving ICT utilisation in schools

first_imgAdvertisement PC Tech Forums, our newly launched discussion board is catching the fire. Among other forums started already, members are discussing Ideas on improving ICT utilisation in schools. This topic was posted by a Senior five student from one of the leading schools in Uganda. We would like to encourage you to participate and share your opinions. The discussion board was established to facilitate conversations on current ICT issues, enabling members not only to learn post their experiences, but also to learn from ideas of other users. – Advertisement – You can participate in this discussion here. Thank you for your participation.last_img read more

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GOtvs Walka Handheld TV review

first_imgAdvertisement The Walka Handheld TV from GOtv is a 3.5” (8.75cm) handheld television screen and DStv decoder bundled into one portable device, the DVB-H (“Digital Video Broadcasting – Handheld) digital TV player which allows you to watch television on the go. This device is slim, light-weight and portable and has a built in signal receiver that lets you receive the DVB-H signal and content in areas where there is DVB-H coverage. And it does not require Wi-Fi, 3G or PC connectivity.It comes with a USB cable, a USB charger, a quick guide user manual and a pair of earphones.Hardware/ Design – Advertisement – At 3.5”, the Walka Handheld TV houses a sleek design for easy portability in a plastic casing, an antenna and one front facing speaker that produce basic stereo output.DisplayThe Walka at only 320×240 pixels stretched over its 3.5” screen with 56K colors, needless to say it has a 3:4 aspect ratio (Standard Definition) display, sorry people no HD here.SoundIt comes with one front facing speaker and a pair of custom made earphones from Walka. Equally (“God Bless the Inventor”) the 3.5mm jack allow you to place any pair of your favorite headsets.  😉Camera Not Available.UsabilityThe device is very simple to use considering it comes with only four buttons and an up-down scrollable control that lets you move through the channels and program guide. It doesn’t offer touch-screen capability on the downside.Performance/ Battery LifeThe Walka has a rechargeable Battery with up to six hours of viewing which is an asset for distance travellers obsessed with their favorite TV programs and sports.  Also, electricity problems that force you to miss live airing of your shows in case you don’t have a back-up power source can kiss you goodbye with the six hour fully charged battery from the Walka.Key specs3’5” screenDVB-H broadcastAround 18 ChannelsThe device package consists of:Walka handheld TVUSB CableUSB power adaptorHeadphonesUser guide/manualVerdictIf you are the guy who does not want to miss a single action when you are away from your TV then the Walka and some canned beer should be part of your items to carry in your back pack! Hoy mate! This device comes in handy for the individual who likes to use their smartphones for their actual purpose and not for watching TV or avoid dedicating and consuming too much bandwidth to stream TV to their smartphones.Now considering that the Walka only offer TV and nothing other than TV, then a few issues of concern come up; Multi-functionality, perhaps an SD card slot for users to throw in a few images and music to listen to, I mean no one can watch (or want to watch) TV for 24 hours. Then maybe FM for users to stream some radio.In general, if you don’t want to miss your favorite TV shows and sports given the many situation that may force you to, the Walka is a must have device for you.Reviewed by: Jeddy Genrwot Geraldlast_img read more

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Etolling launches in Gauteng

first_imgAdvertisement The controversial e-tolling of Gauteng’s highways began today after a court action against it was dismissed yesterday.In reports yesterday, the High Court in Pretoria struck from the rolls the Freedom Front Plus’ (FFP) application to stop e-tolling, saying the applicant failed to make a proper case.The project began after midnight, following confirmation of December 3 as the launch date after president Jacob Zuma signed the Transport and Related Matters Amendment Bill into law in September. – Advertisement – Opposition is set to continue, however, with media briefings against the launch expected today, with opponents such as the FFP, the Democratic Alliance (DA), the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA), the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) and civil rights organisation AfriForum having all promised to continue the fight against the controversial policy.The South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL) and the government continue to urge motorists to register for an e-tag, with penalties for those that do not.last_img read more

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Hackers Try to Siphon US24 Million from Bank of Uganda

first_imgAdvertisement Hackers have attempted to siphon $24 million (Ush81 billion) through the Uganda central bank in four separate incidents starting July last year.The hackers targeted some of the biggest budget holders such as Ministries of Energy and Agriculture, Defense as well as parastatals like Uganda National Roads Authority, managing to successfully wire some of the money to Hong Kong and UAE. Funds amounting to $8 million (Ush27 billion) were retrieved through inter-bank procedures, and are in custody of Bank of UgandaThe fraud comes three years after the government instituted new financial integrity measures to seal loopholes, following the 2012 scandal in which technocrats in the Office of the Prime Minister stole in excess of USh60 billion that development partners had pooled to rebuild war-scarred northern Uganda. In July 2015, these hackers made an unsuccessful attempt to steal $12 million (Ush40 billion) and later tried again in December of the same year to siphon $2 million (Ush6.7 billion), before trying again in January this year. – Advertisement – The EastAfrican Reports that Bank of Uganda communications director Christine Alupo declined to give a comment conclusively about the matter stating that it is still a subject of active investigation and the bank will only offer details after the process is completed. According to the same report, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga declined to comment when asked why the UPDF had taken over the sensitive inquiries amid allegations that police was compromised.There’s still suspicion of possible collusion and collaboration in form of password sharing of these hackers with host banks where their accounts were held as well as with government officials in the different ministries and entities whose accounts were targeted.[Source: The EastAfrican]last_img read more

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STARTERS ORDERS Wednesday

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STAR PREVIEW Crystal Palace v Spurs

first_imgPROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 177.84 points(not including Premier League ante-post, or cricket) This has been a rough month for both Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur. Palace are in the middle of an incredibly long run of fixtures against the country’s elite; their last four games have been Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton and Wolves; their next two are Tottenham and Manchester United.Tottenham are coming towards the end of a run which has seen five games crammed in 13 days, and to give due credit – they have only lost one of those games, to league leaders Manchester City. In midweek they kept their Champions League hopes going with a last-gasp win against PSV when the scoreline didn’t tell the whole story. Harry Kane forced them over the line, but they had 10 shots on target to the visitors 4 and 7 more shots off target to one for the visitors, along with 16 corners to 6 for PSV.Their 3-2 win at Wolves was a very taking result anyway given the strength of the promoted side, and it’s worth remembering that before two late penalties, they were in control against one of the best non-top six sides in the division then – following on from a fine win against West Ham.Pochettino’s had a lot of scrutiny about the squad available to him but he’s managed them incredibly well through the last fortnight and Harry Kane can be supported by Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura, and Heung-min Son – hardly a foursome that lacks real power or panache.That explains why they are 5/6 to win at Selhurst Park, but things are rarely that easy for visiting sides here. Two members of the top six have come here and Palace deserved their draw against Arsenal just two weeks ago and they pushed Liverpool harder than a 2-0 defeat suggested. Indeed, they didn’t lose a single game against the Top 6 by more than one game last season.That suggests there could be value in taking Tottenham on, but they have lost four of their last five games and backers of Spurs could be rewarded by a narrow winning margin – the last five meetings have ended 1-0.Crystal Palace v TottenhamPremier League, 17:30BT Sport 1 HD / UHDHEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Maximum 10 matches)FEB 2018 PREMIER LEAGUE Crystal Palace 0-1 TottenhamNOV 2017 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 1-0 Crystal PalaceAPR 2017 PREMIER LEAGUE Crystal Palace 0-1 TottenhamAUG 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 1-0 Crystal PalaceFEB 2016 FA CUP Tottenham 0-1 Crystal PalaceJAN 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE Crystal Palace 1`-3 TottenhamSEP 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 1-0 Crystal PalaceJAN 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Crystal Palace 2-1 TottenhamDEC 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 0-0 Crystal PalaceJAN 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 2-0 Crystal PalaceIt’s also interesting to note that during their run of the tough games, it has taken a fair amount of time for sides to get past Palace. It took Wolves 56 minutes to get past them, it took 88 minutes for Everton, and Chelsea went in just 1-0 up at Stamford Bridge last week. In all three of those games, there were more goals in the second half than the first half and that would not surprise here. Tottenham have also been strong at the finish of their recent games – their last three have seen more goals after the half.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK SECOND HALF MOST GOALS 5 points at evens with starsports.betlast_img