Tottenham predicted line-up vs Southampton

As Tottenham Hotspur prepare to take on Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium, we try to pick our predicted squad for the away team.

Ahead of the game, we expected Antonio Conte to remain unchanged.

Predicted line-up for Tottenham vs Southampton

Fraser Foster described by Pat Jennings as ‘brilliant’ when it comes to goalscoring I Coming up, Hugo Lloris is yet to fully recover from an ongoing injury.

At right-wing back, Pedro Polo is likely to start after Harry Kane’s opener against Nottingham Forest in our predicted line-up for Tottenham Hotspur vs Southampton.

Moving on to the back three, Cristian Romero is another name destined to start despite being widely considered a starter for his recklessness since the World Cup.

Alongside him, Eric Dier is also likely to keep his place in the team, as he starts in our predicted Tottenham line-up against Southampton.

Including a three-man defense, Clement Lenglet is likely to start against Ruben Seles’ side as well.

At left wing-back, it appears that Ben Davies could once again be entrusted further up the pitch.

In midfield, the “fantastic” Oliver Skipp can start in midfield, and he has been impressive lately.

Next to him, Pierre-Emile Hojber is one of the team’s virtual starters.

On the right wing, Dejan Kulusevski is another player who will start in our predicted Tottenham line-up against Southampton.

When it comes to players who could be at the top of the squad list, Harry Kane will remain at the top, especially after his superb brace against Forest.

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Now that the XI is over, Richarlison, whose opening strike was ruled out last Saturday, could earn Antonio Conte’s confidence again, not least because he also provided an assist.

As a result, the “unbelievable” Sun Xingmin can sit on the bench again.

Predicted line-up for Tottenham vs Southampton: Foster, Poirot, Romero, Dale, Lenglet, Davis, Skip, Hoibel, Kulusevski, Kane, Richarlison

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