Tottenham Hotspur welcome Brighton to North London this afternoon in the Premier League as they hunt for a much-needed three points.

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Brighton have been one of the most impressive teams this season and even stand a chance of finishing above Spurs and earning European football next season.

We believe that Cristian Stellini will name Hugo Lloris between the sticks, despite Fraser Forster’s impressive form over the past two months.

At wing-back, we have Pedro Porro on the right and Ivan Perisic on the left – the only real options without playing people out of position.

In defence, Eric Dier, Cristian Romero, and Clement Lenglet start once again across the back three.

In the centre of midfield, Oliver Skipp is once again named alongside Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg over Pape Matar Sarr.

Out wide, Heung-min Son and Dejan Kulusevski keep their spots, although Danjuma is guaranteed to get minutes after Lucas Moura’s red card. Harry Kane, of course, leads the line.

That makes for an unchanged Spurs XI, which would be a very brave call from Cristian Stellini.

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