Tottenham’s starting line-up for this afternoon’s Premier League meeting with Wolves has been confirmed.

Ryan Mason’s team will be looking to bounce back from their defeat at Leeds last weekend and keep their European hopes alive.

And the Spurs interim head coach has made just one change from the game at Elland Road as Japhet Tanganga makes a rare appearance at right-back in place of Serge Aurier, who’s dropped from the squad entirely.

It means that Giovani Lo Celso gets the nod in the midfield alongside Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, whilst Dele Alli makes his third Premier League start on the bounce under Mason, one more than he managed during the rest of the season combined.

Moving forward, Gareth Bale and Heung Min Son are supporting Harry Kane in attack, with Lucas Moura, Erik Lamela and Steven Bergwijn all on the bench if required, but there’s no place for Carlos Vinicius.

What do you think of the line-up? Let us know in the comments section below.



  1. Message for Ryan Mason.
    Irrespective of today’s result, just get out of our club.The blow you got to your head has obviously affected you more than what would appear.
    I hated some of Mourinho’s selections but he is a God compared to you.
    When the new coach is named, I hope you will not even be kept on in any shape or form.
    Not starting N’Dombele and Rodon(not even in squad again) beggars belief,

  2. Seriously have a look at yourself mate. Calling out Mason! We wouldnt be in this shit if it wasnt for Jose and his ego! The lad is taking the reins for the rest of season like it or not..

  3. Masons is just Levy’s yes-man. Wouldn’t be surprised if Levy is actually telling Mason who to play. Where did Levy every get the idea that he knows anything about football to the level that he can judge talent and manage a team.However, go easy on Mason. He’s just doing his thing and honestly does it really matter any more this year. Just get the stupid season over with, choose a decent manager with ideas, back him with the players HE wants, not the sale-bin alternatives the team’s been providing. Fire Hitchen, who is about the poorest excuse for whatever-he’s supposed to be. Reminds of a used car salesman (see the Amazon films), and get a real director of football (oh, and back him too).

  4. Mason you’re a mug, starting Dier again and leaving out Ndombele, what is wrong with you? You have no chance of getting the job with selections like that.

  5. Referring to his tragic head injury is vicious and cruel and you should be ashamed of yourself. Whatever you may think of his team selections
    no game is more important than his personal welfare.

  6. You guys appear to have taken a blow to your heads. At least we are trying to play attacking football. The team needs a shake up and Mason has had a very short space of time to fix the crap which was left for him.

  7. Cannot believe that Dier is starting again, Mason you are a headless chicken.. Stevie Wonder would not even have picked him after the Leeds game.. Just goes to show you will never make the grade.. PS close the door on the way out at the end of the season..

  8. Agree. Should not refer to the awful injury he sustained that wrecked his career. BUT for Christ’s sake Mason , grow some balls and make decisions successfull managers make and drop those that have cost us dearly just about every game they play. And yes that IS Dier and Lo Celso, the perfect credentials for a misfielder, NO goals and NO assists. Brilliant.

  9. Ndombele slows our game down and is not suited for a front line of Bale, Kane and Son. If you want Bale in the side who does not track back then you need workers behind him. Wolves’ quick play would run rings around Ndombele.


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