Tottenham will be looking to bounce back from their disappointing defeat at West Ham when they take on Burnley in the Carabao Cup tomorrow night.

Nuno Espirito Santo has no new injury concerns from the game at the London Stadium, but is likely to freshen up his side for the fourth round tie.

Pierluigi Gollini will almost certainly come in for his customary cup appearance, whilst we think that there will be two changes to the defence from the West Ham game, with Japhet Tanganga and Davinson Sanchez returning to the side.

Into midfield, Harry Winks wasn’t even on the bench against the Hammers, which suggests that Oliver Skipp might just keep his place and he could be partnered by Giovani Lo Celso.

Moving forward, we think that Steven Bergwijn, Dele Alli and Bryan Gil will be given a rare chance to impress despite failing to do so in the Europa Conference League last Thursday, supporting Harry Kane up front.

Here’s our predicted XI against Burnley – what’s yours? Let us know in the comments section below.

Gollini, Tanganga, Romero, Sanchez, Regulion, Skipp, Lo Celso, Alli, Bergwijn, Gil, Kane.



  1. Think Roden should be given more opportunities as looks decent on international stage. Not sure who will score the goals in this ream

    • As I told some yesterday. Ridon is about 5th on the depth chart and will always be the oddman out. This is reality. Not sure why but even with Royal signing and Tanganga now preferred as a center half he will have a long wait.

    • What more could roden hv to do to impress Nuno..he played well with Wales..I think he n Romero will do we together at the back.

  2. How can anyone believe Sanchez deserves game time ahead if Rodon !!
    Don’t think Deli deserves another shot either. Surely this must be his last chance to be anything more than a squad player. Hope he is being put in the shop window for a January transfer. Permanent if possible, loan at the very least. Him and NDOMBELE are the toxic problem in the dressing room. Two oversized egos with no application or leadership to less experienced team members.


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