Predicted Tottenham XI to face West Ham – and Janssen starts

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur take on West Ham United at the new Spurs stadium this afternoon, with both sides looking for London derby bragging rights.

A win for Spurs would go a long way to securing Champions League for next season, while they will also have one eye on this year’s competition.

Tottenham are set to host Ajax in the first leg of their semi-final on Tuesday, and a win against the Hammers would be the perfect preparation.

We believe that Hugo Lloris will start between the sticks, with a back four of Ben Davies, Toby Alderweireld, Davinson Sanchez, and Kyle Walker-Peters.

Oliver Skipp comes in to rest Victor Wanyama, and Eric Dier returns alongside the youngster.

A three of Heung Min Son, who is banned for Tuesday, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen sits just behind Vincent Janssen.

This would be Janssen’s first start in over 20 months, as Poch may look to rest Llorente and Lucas ahead of the Ajax match.

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  1. That is quite a second team there and I don’t think West Ham are that shit, tbh. Why cant Llorente play, are you telling me he’s too tired with the little football he’s had?

  2. I like the line up but am not keen on both Dele and Eriksen being risked before the Ajax game, esp with Sissoko, Kane and Son missing for that game.
    Hopefully one of Winks, Lamela or N’koudou will be available to start instead

  3. Come on Vincent. I wish you have a fantastic game. With a win today and Arsenal loosing or draw again and with the Man U vs Chelsea which I wish Man U win (for a change) we will be certain of CL and ending up in front of ARSEnal and Chelsea. COYS


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