Tottenham Hotspur have an upcoming away trip to Premier League strugglers West Bromwich Albion this Saturday. After a win against Watford, Spurs will be looking to continue the good form and notch up yet another victory against the relegation-threatened outfit.
This fixture also marks our final away game of the season and a win in this match could propel us to third place, making it crucial for us to win this.
Lloris has been a reliable presence for Tottenham and he walked away with a well-deserved clean sheet against Watford. Will start this one as well.
Trippier has been putting in solid shifts at right-back and it is possible that he will retain his spot for this game.
Vertonghen has been a force to reckon with at the heart of the defence and the player should find his name in the starting XI against West Brom.
Sanchez has partnered well with Vertonghen and he is likely to essay his usual role alongside Vertonghen.
Davies’ lung-busting runs on the left flank have elevated Tottenham’s attack on the whole. Although Rose is expected to feature, he might not receive a start ahead of Davies.
With Dembele’s inclusion bordering on the hinges of uncertainty, Wanyama might be handed a start this Saturday.
Dier has been one of our most influential players for a long time now and he is likely to find himself in the starting XI against West Brom.
Son’s attacking prowess has not gone unnoticed and he has been one of our most important players this season. He is likely to start this weekend.
Alli’s creativity can unlock several doors for us and it is imperative that he starts against the Baggies.
Eriksen has been one of our most prolific attackers and his presence is much-needed for us to secure a win.
Kane is expected to be handed a start and he will lead the line as usual.