Date: 19th November 2019 at 6:25am
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With the close of the November international break, Tottenham Hotspur stars should come back in relatively good confidence – certainly our England lads will – but all that matters is we see a spike in our own performance levels and results as we look to turn the corner on what has been overall disappointing form in the year of 2019.

Going into the weekend, Spurs find themselves sat in 14th place in the top tier table with only three wins from our opening 12 matches. Top four looks a long way off at this stage, but we’re only seven points off last place.

Having drawn a line under recent defeats with back to back draws, not only will manager Mauricio Pochettino want to see us stay unbeaten, but we want all three points and although Manuel Pellegrini’s side will be no pushovers, they are a point behind us in the table with struggles of their own.

It’s all to play for in Saturday’s early kick off at the London Stadium…question is, do we turn up or not?

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  • Personally like JM’s simple set-up especially up front – 3 pronged attack with pacy tricky wing forwards with an eye for goal and a number of option’s to play centrally in no.10 role as main creative playmaker – Dele, Lo Celso, Eriksen. We still also have Lamela, Sess and possibly next season Clarke so it’s good to see us playing a formation that will suit all of these players whilst keeping it relatively simple and hopefully will reap the rewards.

  • When a team is on a really bad run of form it makes sense to go back to basics. Whilst we played a 4-2-3-1 formation at the weekend it was a different way of playing to what we were playing under Poch. The front guys where all interchanging with each other, they were moving aggressively, making intelligent decisions on and off the ball and we played fast direct football on the ground.

    It made a refreshing change.

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