20 March, 2017
"[Janssen] will now have the possibility to play more and be more involved". "Southampton are a very good team with very good players and it was hard, but in the end I think we deserved the victory". We hope it will be different [to the last time Kane was injured]. Van Dijk, McCarthy, Austin and Target.
Forster; Cedric, Stephens, Yoshida, Bertrand; Romeu, Davis; Ward-Prowse, Tadic (Boufal, min. 69), Redmond (Rodriguez, min. 80); Gabbiadini (Long, min. 32).
Generally Spurs do have a very good record against the Saints since they were promoted, and have only lost one game against them. "It's a great chance for them".
Southampton's strong, solid spine has for years permitted their full-backs to overlap and become key attacking players, and Cédric Soares and Ryan Bertrand are still excelling in this field - Spurs will have to be careful of them.
"He is very positive, joking about (coming back) after the worldwide break, three to four weeks", Pochettino said. "He is a fighter." - and he has been "very impressed" with striker Manolo Gabbiadini. They generally do such a good job of limiting their opponents that Forster isn't worked often - that may be for the best.
"He's very clever in the box - he looks like a striker, because he's more than clever".
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INCIDENTS: Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton, held at White Hart Lane.
Southampton FC is unpredictable in this Premier League so far.
Tottenham Hotspur have announced their starting line-up and substitutes to play host to Claude Puel's Southampton side at White Hart Lane in a Premier League fixture this afternoon.
Tottenham are Sky Bet's 7/10 favourites for the victory with Southampton given a 19/5 chance, while a draw is priced at 11/4.
Son bagged a hat-trick in the 6-0 quarter-final win over Millwall, while Janssen scored his long-awaited first goal from open play.
Janssen won Spurs two free-kicks deep into stoppage time as the seconds ticked away and there was a universal sigh of relief when the final whistle was blown. It was no surprise to see goal-shy Watford score three against them last time out.