Duo Ruled Out, Key Man Returns: Predicted Tottenham 3-4-2-1 Line-Up vs West Ham

By on November 17, 2016

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Tottenham Hotspur will get back to Premier Legaue action after the international break when they take on West Ham at White Hart Lane on Saturday evening.

Here is the side we think Mauricio Pochettino will select for the game:

Goalkeeper: Number one goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will continue between the sticks this weekend.

Defence: Pochettino confirmed at his press conference earlier today that Toby Alderweireld has once again been ruled out as he continues to recover from a niggling knee injury that’s kept him out for over a month.

In the Belgians absence, Pochettino switched to three at the back against Arsenal before the international break and he may opt to stick with it against the Hammers meaning Kevin Wimmer will continue alongside Jan Vertonghen and Eric Dier.

Midfield: Kyle Walker and Danny Rose are expected to shake off knocks to start on the wings with Mousa Dembele fit to keep his place in the middle of the park after putting in a MOTM display against Arsenal two weeks ago. Victor Wanyama will also keep his place in midfield.

Attack: Harry Kane made his comeback with a goal at the Emirates and with another two weeks training under his belt, he should be fit to lead the line once again this weekend.

Dele Alli has returned to training ahead of schedule following an injury that kept him out against the Gunners so the youngster could replace Heung-min Son in attack with Christian Eriksen expected to recover from a minor knock to keep his place in the side.

Erik Lamela remains out with a hip injury but Moussa Sissoko is back in contention after serving his suspension.

Here is how I think we’ll see Spurs line-up:

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