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Mauricio Pochettino Confirms Huge Injury Boost But 5 Players To Miss Inter Milan Champions League Tie

Hotspurswill be working hard to gain points in this match to keep their hopes of qualifying to the next round of the Champions League when they go head to head with Inter Milan on Wednesday night at the Wembley Stadium.


Tottenham Hotspur manager has been talking to the press and media at his pre match conference and he has spoken about team news and updates on team injury ahead of their game on Wednesday, and also he has come out with the latest news on Davinson Sanchez, Mousa Dembele, Juan Foyth, Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose and Victor Wanyama.

According to report from Spurs, Rose hasn’t featured for Tottenham he suffered a groin injury In October but now the left back has returbed completely to training and Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed the starting of the defender against Inter Milan in the squad which will really strengthen their defence.

 

However, another Tottenham full back Trippier has also been nursing groin issue recently due to this he won’t be in contention for the game against Inter Milan. He’s in his final stafes of healing so he shouldn’t be too long before the right back is back to full action.

Sanchez is closer to his recovery from a hamstring injury that’s been a hindrance in recent games after commencing individual outdoor work but the defnder won’t be ready for the match on Wednesday night

Spurs manager will also continue to make his strategies without Dembele included as he srill struggled with an ankle ligament injury but the midfielder has returned to London to continue the commencement of his rehabilitation having spent time in Qatar at the Aspetar clinic.

Spurs options in the middle field position are further cut short as Victor Wanyama will miss out once again due to an on going knee problem as also centre back Juan Foyth won’t be available for Wednesday Match as he’s ineligible for Champions League Group stages.

 

Author Since: Aug 04, 2018

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