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Pochettino To Make 3 Changes: Predicted Tottenham XI vs Huddesfield

October 24 2017, 04:00 | Van Peters

Redknapp Tottenham can keep Kane happy

Redknapp Tottenham can keep Kane happy

Kane is one of the best strikers in the Premier League and has been in stunning form for the past three seasons.

Mousa Dembele remains sidelined with an ankle injury while Danny Rose and Victor Wanyama are both still missing with knee problems.

"But they have so many qualities all over the park".

The Dane has been in exceptional form so far this term and manager Mauricio Pochettino will no doubt be delighted to have him back in the squad as Spurs look to gain momentum in their push up the Premier League table. Running beyond Kane and playing as a second forward would in some periods, Alli is hard to pick up, and does the most damage when making late runs in to risky areas, so that's something that Town's midfield and defence should be aware of, as he'll be playing in between their lines. Strong, quick over short distances, good in control of the ball, smart making runs and space off it, he's as close to a complete forward as Huddersfield will play this season.

After a goalscoring drought in August, Kane has scored nine goals in five games in September, with a brace in each of Tottenham's two away league victories and their Champions League opener against Borussia Dortmund.

"Teams came to White Hart Lane and they were scared to death".

"I don't know how long he will be out for and we need more information from the doctor". Maybe on the side he's used to playing there a bit more but he did very well for us in that position.

It's the early game on Saturday - kick-off is at 12.30pm. Tottenham travel to Huddersfield to kick off the weekend's action on Saturday, before Newcastle host Liverpool on Sunday to finish off matchweek 7. "We see that this isn't just our moment, but a great opportunity for Huddersfield to raise its profile to an audience of over 3 billion people around the world". A defeatist attitude won't help, and Wagner is not the sort of man to allow it, either.

It will also mark their first match since a League Cup clash back in 1972, won by Spurs 2-1. "A lot of things (have) happened in that period".



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