Missing Players and team news:
Giovani Lo Celso remains Tottenham’s only injury worry, though he will return to action later this month. Jose Mourinho made a couple of changes to the side that beat Burnley 4-0 for Thursday’s 1-0 win at Fulham. Sergio Reguilon, Serge Aurier and Lucas Moura, all of whom dropped out, may return to the side, though Dele Alli is hoping to keep his spot in attack. Roy Hodgson is hoping to have Nathaniel Clyne and Tyrick Micthell back for the trip to Tottenham, but better news is that Wilfried Zaha is fit to start. The Crystal Palace boss remains without no fewer than six players for the trip across the capital, including James McCarthy, who was forced off on the hour mark against Manchester United. Jairo Riedewald is set to replace McCarthy in the middle of the park in what may be Hodgson’s only change to his XI.
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