Baggies boss Tony Pulis is a satisfied man, following a decent first half of the season which has seen them gain 29 points, as they climb to eighth place in the Premier League table.
Our landlord has particularly enjoyed the performances of Matt Phillips.
The signing was met by much skepticism by the Transfer Tavern’s resident Baggies fans, however the former QPR man has been in scintillating which they will hoping to see more off at White Hart Lane this weekend.
West Brom will particularly need to be aware of the in form, Dele Alli this time around as it was his 89th minute goal which stole a point at the Hawthorns in October, following Nacer Chadli’s goal against his former club.
There is no doubt that having set the standard for the season, Tony Pulis will be expecting a competitive performance from his men and they will need it here if they are too beat a Spurs’ full of confidence following progression in the FA Cup alongside a win against table toppers, Chelsea.
Saying that, this XI has more than enough talent to upset Spurs…