Antonio Conte has confirmed his starting XI for this afternoon’s Premier League game against Southampton.

With the game taking place just 48 hours after the Crystal Palace victory, the Spurs boss has shuffled his pack and made three changes to the side that started against the Eagles.

There’s one change to the back-three as Ben Davies replaces Japhet Tanganga and slots in alongside Eric Dier and Davinson Sanchez.

Meanwhile, Harry Winks returns to the XI in place of Oliver Skipp, who’s given a well-deserved rest ahead of Watford on Saturday, whilst Dele Alli is preferred to Lucas Moura, with Steven Bergwijn not involved.

Alli is likely to line-up just behind Harry Kane and Heung Min Son in a similar formation to the 2-2 draw with Liverpool last Sunday.

Youngster Harvey White is on the bench.

Check out the line-up in full below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of the article.



  1. Davies is hopeless, along with Doherty, Sanchez, Dier none of them are comfortable on the ball and need two or three touches. Gil, Bergwijn, LoCelso, Winks and Dele, they can all go as far as I’m concerned. they simply aren’t good enough. Levy needs to stop buying under average players and needs to start signing quality or we’ll never win a thing, no matter who’s in charge.


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