Our Spurs team to face Bournemouth – What’s yours?

Our Spurs team to face Bournemouth – What’s yours?

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 27: Heung-Min Son of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates as he scores their first goal during the UEFA Champions League Group E match between PFC CSKA Moskva and Tottenham Hotspur FC at Stadion CSKA Moskva on September 27, 2016 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)


Mauricio Pochettino has a few decisions to make ahead of the trip to Bournemouth, as injuries once again rob him of the opportunity to field his strongest side.

Toby Alderweireld is out, meaning that Eric Dier should once again deputise alongside Jan Vertonghen. Danny Rose is also a doubt after picking up a knock against Bayer Leverkusen and it seems sensible to field Ben Davies – who looked good going forward against West Brom – rather than risk the England left-back.

In midfield, Mousa Dembele came on as a sub against Leverkusen and is an option to start. Another big question is whether Vincent Janssen should start up front, or if Heung-Min Son will lead the line as he did in the recent victory over Manchester City.

Here’s our Spurs team to face Bournemouth. What’s yours?


      • Can’t believe people still want Lamela to start. He consistently attracts the least player ratings for his tepid performances. Definitely start him on the bench. Otherwise agree with the starting X1 if Rose is fit.

  1. Glad you let out Lamela. Eriksen has not been performing too well but I think he is better without Lamela in the side. I would like to see N’Koudou, Carter-Vickers and Edwards get decent time. These guys must start playing for the first team, and quickly.

  2. Pamela gives the ball away, he can’t beat an opponent, he has no vision and is not tactically aware, when he plays it’s like playing with ten men. in a nutshell he’s rubbish.

  3. Lamela, Lamela, Lamela! What a lame player. He is so bad that whenever he gets the ball I turn away knowing that nothing much will come from it. Let’s face it, the guy was bought for his skills and goal-scoring ability but all he gives his good work rate, which is fine if you are in a side with several potential regular scorers. But with Dembele, never look like scoring in 10 years, Sissoko (1 goal in 49 games for France and another 1 in 50 matches for France), the team is filled with work-aholics and creativity and invention is what is missing. Lamela will not give you that.


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