Date: 18th February 2018 at 3:19pm
Written by:

Rochdale are at Spotland Stadium with Tottenham Hotspur the visitors today in the FA Cup, this is a 4pm kick-off – the line-ups have been confirmed.

If you’re not in attendance but will follow the game sat at your computer, or browsing on your, iPad, iPhone, tablet, Smartphone or whatever it is that you kids have these days, login to your account and share some thoughts with us as the game unfolds.

The teamsheets are in….

Rochdale:

Lillis
McGahey
McNulty
Delaney
Rafferty
Cannon
Camps
Kitching
Done
Humphrys
Henderson

Substitutes:

Ntlhe
Rathbone
Thompson
Inman
Davies
Moore
Adshead

Tottenham:

Vorm
Trippier
Foyth
Alderweireld
Rose
Wanyama
Winks
Sissoko
Son Heung-min
Lucas Moura
Llorente

Substitutes:

Sanchez
Kane
Lamela
Dier
Alli
Gazzaniga
Walker-Peters

Referee: Robert Madley

Any surprises for you, will this XI get the job done for us?

Don’t be ‘a guest’ sign into your account, or create one if you haven’t already, and share your thoughts.

Remember though you can also login using Facebook and Twitter so do this pre-match, during the match and of course post-match right here with some comments below, in the forum and throughout the site….

Bloggers
 

6 Replies to “Rochdale v Tottenham – Team Sheets (18/2/18)”

  • Ughhhh. Llorente starts. Yet ANOTHER chance for him to score. Absolutely NO EXCUSES this time even a shinner or a scuff will do. No excuses.

  • Good chance for winks to show what he can do in an advanced position. At last a balanced team, however, it does lack creativity in the middle, still good enough to get the job done. Coys

  • As usual, Llorente misses a sitter. Lucas Moura looks really good. Rochdale matching us with their enthusiasm and movement. This is no pushover.

  • What a farce to have Llorente on the pitch. Nice touch when Danny Rose kissed the camera and called on Ryan Mason. a big up. This was a sham to give away the victory at the 92nd minute. You don’t give up a defensive disadvantage of 5 players to 4 in the box at the 92nd minute when you’re up by one goal.

Comments are closed.