Tottenham Hotspur are back in action in the Premier League as they welcome the now relegated Sheffield United to north London tonight.
Ryan Mason’s team will strive to bounce back from a difficult week, which ended with another final loss after being defeated by Manchester City in the Carabao Cup last Sunday.
What is your prediction for Spurs vs. Chef United?
The spurs are winning!
I’m drawing …
The blades win!
The 29-year-old has a lot to think about in terms of team selection, and although fourth place on the spot seems unavailable, the Spurs can still qualify for the Europa League once again, but matches like this should provide the maximum number of points.
So, from which side could we see the interim boss choose tonight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium? Here is our predicted XI, as well as the latest news about the team and the injuries that are starting …
We predict that there will be up to four changes in the country that tasted defeat at Wembley a week ago.
In his pre-match press conference, Mason revealed that he had no new fears of injury and that Ben Davis will still be out due to injury, so he has exactly the same choices.
He also claims that Matt Doherty has been back in training all week to be able to return to the starting XI, taking the place of Serge Ourier, who last week was described as “one of the biggest duties in the Premier League”. by Jamie Carragher.
This reflects the thoughts of Darren Bent, who once called the star with a rating of 18 million pounds “responsibility”.
We can expect to see Joe Rodon in dispute once again, as he was tied for the final and was not played against Southampton last week, as Mason wanted his defensive pairs settled, although attracting him to Eric Deere could. be a worthy switch to do.
The pair will be joined by Toby Alderweireld and Sergio Reguilon, who both retain their seats ahead of Hugo Lloris.
Another change could come in midfield, with Tangi Ndombele likely to replace Harry Winx as a partner of Pierre-Emil Heubierg, while Lucas Moura returns to the number 10 role on the broad side.
Gareth Bale could be the fourth and final change as he replaces Giovanni Lo Celso in attack and both Hung-min Sin and Harry Kane are more than likely to start.
And in other news, the Spurs should get a perfect replacement for Kane in a “special” goal machine with a score of £ 36m …