With the race for the Premier League title hotting up, every game will be crucial for each team involved in the race for glory. Tottenham might be the second most surprising team to be in contention for the title but barring that, they deserve to be in the race with their performances this season.
Spurs next face Swansea, which should be a banker for three points in the league but as unexpected as the season has been, nothing should be taken for granted for the side from London. Tottenham did make it into the next round of the Europa League even without Harry Kane in the squad and we predict the starting lineup for Spurs as they look to keep the pressure up on Leicester.
Lloris played in midweek and should keep his place in the starting XI for Spurs as they hunt down the Premier League title.
The English right-back was a player that was rested against Fiorentina and he should return to the team to face Swansea.
Without Vertonghen in the side, Toby is the go-to guy and he needs to put in another great shift if Spurs are to keep a clean sheet.
Wimmer played in the last two games and he has looked better with Alderweireld as his partner in defence.
Rose should also be starting for Spurs against Swansea despite not playing against Fiorentina in midweek.
Eric Dier looks much more comfortable in midfield than in defence and he should start in the same role against Swansea.
Ryan Mason did pretty well in the game against Fiorentina by opening the scoring and he should keep his place in the starting XI in this crucial tie in the Premier League.
Lamela hasn’t been the most regular player in the Tottenham team but he should start against the Welsh side as Tottenham look to claim all three points.
The rising star of the Premier League, Dele Alli would have a huge role to play in this game and the run up to the Premier League title for Spurs.
Eriksen was again brilliant against Fiorentina and he should keep his place in the team, not that they should even think about replacing him.
Kane might just be fit to be on the bench and Mauricio should not risk him against Swansea, so Chadli should stay in the first team.