Report: Update on whether Ndombele, Winks, and Rose are fit to face Liverpool

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are in a poor run of form domestically at the moment, after their recent away draw to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup.

This followed a loss against Southampton on New Year’s Day, a draw against Norwich, a narrow win versus Brighton and a loss at home to Chelsea.

Not only are Spurs finding it difficult to keep clean sheets at the moment, but the goals have started to dry up at the other end too.

To make matters worse, Spurs now come up against the unbeaten league leaders in Liverpool, who possess one of the greatest front threes in world football.

However, Jose Mourinho may be handed an injury boost ahead of the match this weekend at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Despite picking up a knock against Middlesbrough, Harry Winks could apparently be fit to play against the Reds, as could left-back Danny Rose (Standard).

While Ndombele is marked as a major doubt for the game, his injury is said to be nothing serious, which is a boost in itself.

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  1. We should take a lesson from other clubs facing relagation and throw the match lets face it with Levy and the board we are never going to win jack. No signings means no CL no europa league (thank god) and a mid table finish. Kane will leave in the summer as club showing no ambition in the transfer window. Saturday game is a lost game that fans should use by staying away to hit Levy, Lewis and the board where it hurts them most.


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