Fresh from last night’s Champions League victory over PSV Eindhoven as Tottenham Hotspur kept slim hopes alive, we now turn our attentions to Crystal Palace in Saturday’s late kickoff.
Well, I say fresh, it was a later night than originally planned for me at least, but the players should be relatively fresh given the manner of the victory and given our efforts on the evening prior to the goals coming, confidence should be flowing.
Palace are also in another lull with only one point to show for their last five matches and the game is a great opportunity to look to grow that gap on Arsenal.
At the time of writing I’m not aware of any injury issues and Dele Alli looked to have come through the game okay – but I am yet to play catch up properly. But manager Mauricio Pochettino’s options should be roughly the same even if we don’t welcome anyone back.
It’s a game we should be looking to take victory in and I wouldn’t be surprised to see Juan Foyth back this one as I’d imagine Poch will want him to bounce back quickly following Wolves.