Brighton v Spurs - team news

grittyspur1

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#2
Could see Poch rotating the squad for this fixture, with one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi final. I know he says that the FA Cup is not as important to him as other competitions, but the chance to play in a Cup Final & potentially win a trophy would be an excellent way to end the season & move into Spurs' new stadium on a high note. A win would also put Spurs equal with Liverpool on points & usher in "Le Jour de L'Arse" : a truly refreshing day!
Here's my team for tomorrow (4-2-3-1)
Lloris
Aurier Toby Jan Davies
Dier Wanyama
Lucas Dele Sonny
Kane
subs: Vorm Davinson Dembele Lamela Sissoko Llorente Eriksen
COYS!
 

yid-down-under

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#3
Could see Poch rotating the squad for this fixture, with one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi final. I know he says that the FA Cup is not as important to him as other competitions, but the chance to play in a Cup Final & potentially win a trophy would be an excellent way to end the season & move into Spurs' new stadium on a high note. A win would also put Spurs equal with Liverpool on points & usher in "Le Jour de L'Arse" : a truly refreshing day!
Here's my team for tomorrow (4-2-3-1)
Lloris
Aurier Toby Jan Davies
Dier Wanyama
Lucas Dele Sonny
Kane
subs: Vorm Davinson Dembele Lamela Sissoko Llorente Eriksen
COYS!
Can’t see toby starting this one mate
 

gusrowe

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#5
Bearing in mind Saturdays semi final I think Vorm, Toby, Forthe, Lamela, Lucas, Aurier, Davies, Llorente, Sissoko, Walker Peters and Wanyama......or one surprise youngster
 

Everlasting Seconds

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#7
Hope we beat these guys. They are playing as if there is an ulterior trophy for "most compact and boring home defence". The "best attempt at drawing at home" league has a new leader.
 
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