Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has promised that his side will not sit back and try to protect their 1-0 lead when they face AC Milan at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night.

Spurs will hope to have both their leading scorers Gareth Bale and Rafael van der Vaart back for Wednesday and this will undoubtedly help their manager’s attacking ploy.

Speaking to the press Harry said: “I think we’ve got enough to hurt Milan at home. We’ll be positive.

“We will play an attacking team. We’ll play (Aaron) Lennon and probably Gareth Bale and have a go.

“Peter Crouch has had a great European campaign as well. And Van der Vaart has a good chance for Wednesday, I hope he will be fit.”

That gives us plenty of clues as to what the side will be and certainly we’re in no doubt that attack will be the best form of defence when Milan come to play tomorrow night.

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  1. I am confident of our strikeforce. Our defence can produce the goods as shown during the 1st leg. They need to concentrate, mark well, tackle tactfully & not recklessly. Work as a unit & assist where gaps are glaring. With this in mind & our “12 th man” at WHL we have nothing to worry about. Don’t be threatened by Robinho & Flamini’s
    threat

  2. Harry said the same when we’ve played Blackpool and Wolves and we’ve lost those games because simply they could score more goals than we. Of course he can bluff when he is referring to tomorrow’s game. The alternative to Harry’s words is that we should play very concentrated and intelligent (like we did in first leg) which practically means we have to apply such tactics that we can benefit from our strong points and take profit of the rival’s weak points. Otherwise you could be badly surprised. Intelligence and prudence always win against stupidity and imprudence.

  3. instead of stating that we’re going to win tomorrow night and showing blind faith i have to admit that i’m very feeling slightly pensive about the game tomorrow. Not one of our back four have played consistently well in the last 2-3 weeks and Gomes has been dodgy at best. Yes we’ll break and use our pace and for this reason we can beat anyone our day, but this is Milan. They are strong up top and at the back and for some reason we struggle to score from set pieces and we struggle to defend set pieces. I have to admit i’ll be as ecstatic as the rest of the yid army if we get through this one!!!

  4. What is worrying me we won three four games with Hutton out and he returned and we lost Corluka has to play or Kaboul or I would play jenas before Hutton.

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