Arsenal away, this game is the most anticipated Premier League game I look out for each season. For so many years, I have dreaded this fixture. However, as the tide is turning in Tottenham’s favour, it are the Arsenal fans who have become the more nervy of the two.
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Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs lie third, but with an eight-point gap to Manchester City, Saturday’s game could go a long way to determining their title chances this term.
In terms of team news, Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks are all expected to feature for Tottenham despite missing England duty because of injury problems.
Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who sat out the win against Crystal Palace because of a groin injury, could also return.
Back-up goalkeeper Michel Vorm rejoined training on Thursday and may also be available, but Toby Alderweireld’s hamstring problem is worse than first feared and the defender will be sidelined until after Christmas.
Here’s the team we’d like to see start the match. What are your thoughts?
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