Tottenham Vs Southampton: Match Thread

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Spurs 2-1 Southampton
Eriksen, Dele (pen) ..Ward-Prowse
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Spurs: Lloris (C), Walker, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Wanyama, Dembele, Dele, Eriksen, Son
Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Onomah, Sissoko, Winks, Janssen


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Ref: Andre Marriner

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Looks like there will be Jan v Eric playing Spurs Guess Who? board game on the Sky programme for our game tomorrow. Was a preview after the Arse game (get in the Baggies)
 

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Im certain wanyama and dembele will be fit. Simply have to take our chances tomorrow. Hopefully son doesnt have one of his off days as were sure to need him. Weve got to stick with the 343 but i also feel that we could do with more attackers on the field to try make up for kanes goal threat.
Otherwise we go 442 and have sissoko/victor/dembele/eriksen with alli and son up top.
 

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Not trying to be an entitled prick, but objectively speaking, the way we have been playing lately vs. Stoke and Everton, we *should* be able to edge this. We've got some injuries, but so do they.
 

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if victor is out either:
Dembele and Winks in midfield or
Wimmer in the back 3
Suspect the former
 

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Very tidy team on their day but I look at that CB pairing of Stevens and Yoshida coupled with the movement of Eriksen, Dele and Son - we should create plenty, but absolutely must take our clear cut chances.

They pose a threat with their CF and the pace of Redmond but don't think they'll create too much as I expect our midfield to dominate and control the game.

3-1. Brace for Son and one for Eriksen.

Bagadini for them!
 
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Japhet

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Huge opportunity to put a bit of daylight between us and a couple of the chasers. Just the sort of scenario I've learned to dread.
 

Kiedis

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They've shipped 11 goals in their last 5 games, keeping a clean sheet at Sunderland.

My brain tells me we'll bully them as we did at St. Marys, and that their shoddy defence will be put under so much pressure that we'll score more than once.
It also tells me that Walker and Wanyama will be ready, and that we'll probably nullify their attack, as we did with an in form Everton.

0-3 Southampton, then.
 
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They are handy - but feel we are so confident at home we will get on top of them. Just about whether we can take our chances without Kane.

I expect them to get Long in the side somehow - he's always a thorn in our side.
 
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