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The return of the Winks/Sissoko axis: Bale is in and Dele is out
By Harry Hotspur -

Tanguy on top!

An interesting line up from Josรฉ this evening, which a cynic might describe as veering on the dysfunctional. The Wycombe were unlikely to get a more flattering role of the dice from the Portuguese.

The much maligned Winks/Sissoko midfield axis is thrust upon us, as is a backline that ought to keep Toby Alderweireld on his toes. Thereโ€™s a unique arrangement upfront, with Bale, Lamela, Lucas supporting Vinicius โ€“ whom it might be said โ€“ Iโ€™m sure we all hope for a little more than another โ€˜half a yard outโ€™ special.

Much has been mumbled about tonightโ€™s opponents, although thankfully weโ€™ve not had to endure the same embarrassing levels of adoration that were poured on Marine FC.

I expect Spurs to win by a margin of at least 2 goals. The Wycombe are 11/1, Tottenham are 2/9 on, and the draw is 5/1 in places.

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Paul
Paul
1 month ago

Nice, we could only go up from here. This reminds me of Antwerp covfefe.

Elevenstonedidiots
Elevenstonedidiots
1 month ago

Interesting attire choice from Gareth Ainsworh

PlayitagainSamways
PlayitagainSamways
1 month ago

-4 degrees out there hopefully we play well but that line up has turgid written all over it.

Lamela and Bale to get us over the line

COYS

Lilywhitesmurf
Lilywhitesmurf
1 month ago

Not the Winks/Sissoko axis…football to die of boredom with.