Tottenham Hotspur Starting XI Prediction at AFC Bournemouth

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There are a wide array of potential final outcomes to Tottenham Hotspur’s season, and no matter what happens, it will be very dramatic. Spurs lost 1-0 at home in midweek to Ajax, the first leg of their UCL semifinal tie, and things just currently don’t look good on the European front.

Sure, they can still turn that tie around and go through to the Champions League final, but if they do it looks like Barcelona await, and right now Barca just is not messing around. Domestically, third place Spurs still haven’t clinched a top four spot, but it also looks very unlikely that fifth place Arsenal will rise up and overtake them.

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Only a disaster scenario could see that situation transpire. If you look at the sports betting sites UK you’ll notice that Spurs have extremely favorable odds of finishing in the top four. The book makers also see them as strong favorites on Saturday, when Mauricio Pochettino’s men will travel to AFC Bournemouth. Spurs will be at Dean Court, striving for a result that could move them that much closer to clinching a berth back in Europe next season.

Tottenham Hotspur Starting XI Prediction (4-3-3) at AFC Bournemouth (Premier League)

Attack: Heung-Min Son, Fernando Llorente, Lucas Moura

Midfield: Eric Dier, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli

Defense: Danny Rose, Juan Foyth, Toby Alderweireld, Kieran Trippier

Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris

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Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Bournemouth FYIs

Kickoff- Saturday May 4, Dean Court 12:30pm

Injury report: go to this link

Form guide:  Tottenham LWLWW    Bournemouth DLWLL

Google Result Probability Tottenham win 49%, Draw 26%, Bournemouth win 25%

Prediction: Tottenham 2, Bournemouth 0

It’s been a brutal week for Spurs, who badly need a result here. We predict they will take care of business against the league’s 14th place side.

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports Bank.net, which is partnered with News Now. Banks, the author of “No,  I Can’t Get You Free Tickets: Lessons Learned From a Life in the Sports Media Industry,” regularly appears on WGN CLTV and co-hosts the “Let’s Get Weird, Sports” podcast on SB Nation

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  1. With Champions league qualification almost secure, due to other fumbling too, and with us having to go to Ajax and overturn a 1-0 home defeat, I’d say it’s more than time to trust in youth and rotate our tired squad.

    Lloris

    KWP Sanchez Foyth Davies

    Dier Skipp

    Son Lamela (if fit) Moura

    Jansen

    Can bring on Dele, Eriksen or Llorente on in the last half hour to rest Son and Moira’s legs for Ajax if needed. Beyond the fact that players such as KWP, Foyth, Skipp and Jansen deserve a chance, our squad is stretched and the players are obviously tired and close to burnt out – Eriksen and Dele especially have looked way off pace recently

  2. orville riley says

    i dont buy that tired talk our playmaker mr. eriksen was off for a long time ali is stuggling with form he must start playing for the team and not the gallery.trippier is not premier league material,and we are not playing direct football when son not in the team.we have an army of players that must go period.

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