Brighton v Spurs - team news

grittyspur1

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#2
Could see Poch rotating the squad for this fixture, with one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi final. I know he says that the FA Cup is not as important to him as other competitions, but the chance to play in a Cup Final & potentially win a trophy would be an excellent way to end the season & move into Spurs' new stadium on a high note. A win would also put Spurs equal with Liverpool on points & usher in "Le Jour de L'Arse" : a truly refreshing day!
Here's my team for tomorrow (4-2-3-1)
Lloris
Aurier Toby Jan Davies
Dier Wanyama
Lucas Dele Sonny
Kane
subs: Vorm Davinson Dembele Lamela Sissoko Llorente Eriksen
COYS!
 

yid-down-under

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#3
Could see Poch rotating the squad for this fixture, with one eye on Saturday's FA Cup semi final. I know he says that the FA Cup is not as important to him as other competitions, but the chance to play in a Cup Final & potentially win a trophy would be an excellent way to end the season & move into Spurs' new stadium on a high note. A win would also put Spurs equal with Liverpool on points & usher in "Le Jour de L'Arse" : a truly refreshing day!
Here's my team for tomorrow (4-2-3-1)
Lloris
Aurier Toby Jan Davies
Dier Wanyama
Lucas Dele Sonny
Kane
subs: Vorm Davinson Dembele Lamela Sissoko Llorente Eriksen
COYS!
Can’t see toby starting this one mate
 

gusrowe

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#5
Bearing in mind Saturdays semi final I think Vorm, Toby, Forthe, Lamela, Lucas, Aurier, Davies, Llorente, Sissoko, Walker Peters and Wanyama......or one surprise youngster