Confirmed Line Up: Tottenham Hotspur vs Norwich City

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Jose Mourinho has picked his Tottenham Hotspur side which will take to the field against Norwich City in North London this evening.

Both teams are desperate for the three points for contrasting reasons with a draw not really suiting either side.

After winning 20 consecutive Premier League home games against promoted sides between 2012-2018, Tottenham have failed to win two of their last three such matches – losing 1-3 against Wolves last season and drawing 1-1 with Sheffield United earlier this campaign.

Spurs are one of two Premier League teams yet to score in 2020, along with Bournemouth. They haven’t failed to score in four consecutive league games since September 2006. 

Since a Dele Alli goal against Brighton on Boxing Day, Spurs haven’t scored a Premier League goal in open play in their last six hours and 18 minutes of football, attempting 52 efforts in open play without success in that time.

The big news is that Hugo Lloris returns to action since being sidelined since October.

This is who features for Spurs this evening:

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