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Strongest Tottenham Lineup To Face Norwich: Dele Alli To Play In The Hole

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Dele Alli

Predicted Tottenham Lineup vs Norwich

Spurs will start boxing day in the top 4 and this is thanks to the good run of form they had in the first half of the season so far. Every player has pulled his weight well and they will have to continue to do so in the coming games and the boxing day game should be no different.

Hugo Lloris will be in goal as usual. The club captain has rarely every missed a game this season in all competitions and was also voted as the #2 best French player of the year by Theiry Henry! More of the same, please. His saves have been key to spurs winning tight games and having a good goals against tally.

The back 4 is quite predictable nowadays. Kyle Walker will play at RB. He had a wonderful game at St.Mary’s picking up an assist as well as being solid defensively when called upon. The Belgian duo of Alderweireld and Vertonghen are on the best defensive partnerships in the Premier League this season and there is absolutely no reason to experiment with other choices for Spurs. Usually, Rose would get the nod ahead of Davies but the Welshman played v Saints last weekend and could start this weekend too after that solidly good show of his.

Dembele and Eric Dier will play the midfield double pivot role. Dier has excelled in the CDM role and Dembele has transformed to an integral member of this team who makes the system tick.

Dele Alli
Dele Alli

Dele Alli, who in my opinion is the best Spurs player this season so far will start in the hole behind the striker with Eriksen and Lamela on the flanks. South Korean, Son will probably sit this game out.

Kane is obviously the striker choice and after scoring goal #47 in game #100, he’s just 3 short of 50 and will want to reach that before 2015 ends. Probably a hat trick? Why not if he takes all the changes that comes in his way.

Spurs should show their superiority and dominate this one. I predict a 3:0 win for the North Londoners.

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