Tottenham Hotspur are already in the wars this season and we are only three games in, with five first-team players currently out injured.
Juan Foyth, Ryan Sessegnon, Tanguy Ndombele, and Kyle Walker-Peters are all injured, while Dele Alli is still regaining fitness (Injury Table).
Spurs take on Arsenal in the first North London Derby of the season this weekend at the Emirates, with both sides going in off the back of disappointing losses.
The two sides will probably be fighting it out with each other for a top-four spot come the end of the campaign, so this match could prove to be crucial.
Spurs have a right-back crisis at the moment though, with Walker-Peters injured and Serge Aurier out of favour, leaving Sissoko and Dier as makeshift options (Guardian).
The Physio Room Injury Table has claimed that Walker-Peters’ chances of playing in the NLD are 25%, while Dele Alli has a good 75% chance after returning to training this week.
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