Tottenham go into their final game of the Premier League campaign on Sunday aiming to secure Europa League football for next season.

Their fate may rest in the hands of Wolves and the result of the FA Cup final, but Spurs will know a victory against Crystal Palace will given them the best possible chance.

With that in mind, Jose Mourinho has a couple of team selection decisions to make – but we think he will simply stick with the XI that started in the 3-0 victory over Leicester City last time out.

That means Lucas Moura will stay in the team. The 27-year-old provided two assists for Harry Kane against the Foxes and deserves to start ahead of Steven Bergwijn and Erik Lamela.

Dele Alli is in contention to start after recovering from a hamstring injury, but recent results with the current line-up mean it’s unlikely the England international will come straight back in. Tanguy Ndomebele is still out with a knee problem.

Here’s our predicted XI to face Crystal Palace – what’s yours? Let us know in the comments section below.



  1. Ali will come good again. With all the bad things (some self inflicted and some not) plus injuries he has had to endure lately have taken the edge from his game. However, class is permanent so expect a rejuvinated player next season. IMHO.


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