Mauricio Pochettino has rotated the Tottenham defence after last week’s 3-0 defeat to Stoke City.

Jan Vertonghen moves into the the middle to partner Federico Fazio, while Danny Rose returns at left-back.

The rest of the eleven remains unchanged with Nabil Bentaleb and Ryan Mason holding the midfield behind Nacer Chadli, Christian Eriksen and Erik Lamela.

Harry Kane starts as a lone striker. Here’s the full line-up…

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The Spurs bench looks like this…

And here’s how Hull City line up…



  1. not sure how much more I can take, 34years a Spurs fan, thousands of pounds spent on tickets, kits galore bought for my family and myself, so many lows, not so many highs, my youngest(6) in tears watching spurs vs Stoke at home this year as we were so poor, and still MP puts out the same team, after lifeless performance after lifeless, why oh why does he not shake it up in the centre, mason played well for a half dozen games, give the boy a break, bring something knew to the team for God sake!. I don’t see MP motivating the team in any way, they all still look individuals, nothing resembles a team, what philosophy does this guy keep preaching about?? Because I must be going blind. We are deficient in every area of the park, apart from Lloris who no one would blame for leaving, given he has to play behind that dross week in week out. Can’t wait for this season to be over, don’t really care about who we buy, as I can’t see any hallmarks or ideas as to what MP is trying to do, all I see is the headless chicken philosophy, not sure I have ever been so down hearted watching spurs. I feel sorry for my two boys whom I have steered to supporting Spurs, God help them…….


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