Tottenham have the chance to take a significant step in the direction of qualifying from their Champions League group after they host Eintracht Frankfurt on matchday 4.
They earned an excellent victory at Brighton within the Premier League over the weekend, 1-0 due to Harry Kane’s winner, and can seemingly be in assured temper after they face the reigning Europa League winners.
Here is who Antonio Conte might choose to tackle the Bundesliga facet, with Spurs having collected simply 4 factors from their opening three group video games.
GK: Hugo Lloris – Tottenham most likely signalled their intent to start out Hugo Lloris each sport after they signed Fraser Forster as their backup goalkeeper.
CB: Cristian Romero – In all probability Spurs’ most dependable centre again, Romero solely is aware of a technique – all weapons blazing.
CB: Eric Dier – The 28-year-old is in an excellent place proper now and there is not any purpose to count on him to not proceed within the facet.
CB: Clement Lenglet – The Barcelona loanee has impressed since coming into the facet for the injured Ben Davies, to the shock of, effectively, everybody.
RWB: Emerson Royal – Even nice managers have bizarre mushy spots for gamers who’re a bit garbage. Emerson is clearly Conte’s.
CM: Rodrigo Bentancur – It is turning into exhausting to think about Tottenham’s midfield not having Bentancur patrolling round.
CM: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Has held off the problem of Yves Bissouma to date so he is clearly doing one thing that Conte likes.
LWB: Ivan Perisic – It is a toss up between Perisic and Ryan Sessegnon for a beginning berth on the left, however the Croatian’s higher European expertise might win out given Frankfurt’s pedigree.
RF: Richarlison – Has actually thrown himself into the function of deputising for the injured Dejan Kulusevski
CF: Harry Kane – A minor harm concern, however Harry Kane is just not the kind to overlook a Champions league match over a slight knock.
LF: Son Heung-min – Again in kind and he has a fairly good report in opposition to Bundesliga groups – the league he arrived at Spurs from, remember.