Confirmed Tottenham team vs Crystal Palace as Ange Postecoglou makes two changes and Destiny Udogie call
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is hoping to go five points clear of the Premier League table in tonight’s game against Crystal Palace.
Destiny Udogie who was a doubt for the game has not travel and will not be involved fpor the first time this season.
Another player who was a doubt but has still made it to the team was Pape Matar Sarr who had been struggling but has made it into the team even though Ange Postecoglou hinted he would start in his team news.
The Tottenham manager said ahead of the game: “He is OK. He was not 100 per cent well going into the game, he had an illness the last couple of days.
“But he was keen to give everything to start and I had a feeling he would last 60 or 70 minutes. It is a short turnaround to Friday but I am pretty confident he will be OK.
On Udogie, Postecoglou said: “He felt a bit of tightness.
“Again, when we got the second goal with the short turnaround, we thought it was wise to take him off. Again, I do not think it is anything significant.”
Spurs have exceeded expectation this season and Postecoglou will now hope that his team continue get all three points.
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