Date: 30th January 2013 at 11:33am
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Tonight see’s the mighty Tunisia take on Togo in a game that will see which of the two sides make the knock out stages of the ACoN.

If Togo win or draw and they face the mighty Burkina Faso in the quarter finals and more importantly for Spurs, we lose Adebayor for another week at least.

Should Tunisia win, we might have Adebayor free to face WBA on Sunday, which with Defoe struggling and Dempsey at best a stop gap No9, I would be happy to see, even if we manage to bring in a new striker between now and tomorrow evening.

Love or loathe Emmanuel Adebayor, he is a Tottenham player and one that could still play a big part on the remainder of our season, especially If Jermain is struggling.

I can imagine Daniel Levy watching tonight’s game in hope of a Tunisia win and a hasty return to North London for Emmanuel. That might well save him a considerable amount of money and though I don’t anticipate one game being the difference between our buying or not buying a new striker, it certainly alters the pressure either way…