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Our predicted Spurs XI with just one change from the side that beat Brentford

By The Boy -

Naturally, a lot of today will be about Richarlison, and after all the baiting that we rose to against Brentford last time out, let’s hope that Ange has asked everyone (especially the Brazilian) to stay focused.

Bar Son Heung-min, who is still battling on in the Asian Cup for his beloved South Korea, everyone else is back, although it remains to be seen just how ready Pape Mata Sarr is to play after his long journey back to the UK. Postecoglou told reporters ahead of Saturday’s visit to Everton, ‘…he had a long trip. We’ll assess him after training but fair to say he’ll be involved, although not sure what extent.’ I’d expect the excellent Senegalese to start on the bench, but wouldn’t be shocked if he told the gaffer that he was ready and itching to play.

James Maddison showed glimpses of his great game against Brentford before cramp got the better of him, and he’s a player that one would expect to be hungry to recapture his form that has rather defined the Ange Ball that everyone has been talking about.

Spurs are nominal favourites and rightly so, as Everton’s form collapsed many games ago, with Sean Dyche’s side having lost three and drawn three of his last six in the Premier League.

I’d expect our lot to take heart from the second-half performance against the Bees and serve up a win.

Our side would look like this: Predicted XI (4-3-3): Vicario; Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Udogie; Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Maddison; Kulusevski, Werner, Richarlison





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