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Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur: Predicted Tottenham line-up

Tottenham Hotspur haven’t started the season very well. They looked faulty against Aston Villa and were lucky to have come out with a draw against Manchester City at the Etihad. Shortly after, they suffered a shock defeat at home to Newcastle United.

They don’t just need a result – they need a solid performance. There are players in the final years of their contracts and this result could have massive ramifications on the rest of their season.

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There are quite a few on the treatment table. Kyle Walker-Peters had to be substituted in his last game after suffering a hamstring injury. Juan Foyth won’t be available until next month with an ankle problem.

New signing Tanguy Ndombele has a thigh problem, Dele Alli is coming back to full fitness but won’t be risked, as he’s recovering from a hamstring injury. New signing Ryan Sessegnon is another with a hamstring injury.

Predicted Tottenham Hotspur XI

Formation – 4-2-3-1

Manager – Mauricio Pochettino

Manager –Hugo Lloris (GK)

The captain must be at his best to lead the side to an important away victory.

Moussa Sissoko (RB)

The Frenchman should be tasked with that flank after the injury suffered by Walker-Peters.

Moussa Sissoko
Moussa Sissoko

Toby Alderweirld (CB)

He’s started all game so far and that shouldn’t really change.

Davinson Sanchez (CB)

Despite some very questionable performances, the Colombian has been trusted by Mauricio Pochettino

Danny Rose (LB)

They’ll need his experience in a big game like this one.

Harry Winks (CDM)

The Englishman will need a big game after some underwhelming displays.

Giovanni Lo Celso (CM)

Perhaps a little too big a game for his liking but he should get his first start out of compulsion.

Christian Eriksen (AM)

Spurs aren’t the same side without him and any result will depend on him having a fantastic game.

Lucas Moura (RW)

The Brazilian has performed in the big games and will be hoping he can deliver the same this time.

Harry Kane (ST)

This is his fixture and the stage is set for yet another big performance from the local lad.

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Heung-Min Son (LW)

Another player who needs to get off the mark and there’s no bigger game than this one.