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Rose and Wanyama must start under Pochettino against Liverpool

Rose and Wanyama must start under Pochettino against Liverpool

Tottenham Hotspur slipped up against Watford prior to the international break as they saw their unbeaten streak come to an end. 

Spurs will fancy themselves to challenge for the Premier League title in the current campaign, despite spending nothing during the summer transfer window.

However, Tottenham Hotspur will welcome Liverpool to Wembley Stadium in their next Premier League encounter. The Reds have been unstoppable so far this season as they remain unbeaten and have taken maximum points from their first four games, so Mauricio Pochettino’s side will be up against it.

Nevertheless, Pochettino has some decisions to make in terms of team selection, with a couple of players possibly forcing their way into the side.

With that in mind, these TWO Tottenham Hotspur men must start today…

Danny Rose

The Englishman has been pushed aside this season as Mauricio Pochettino continues to pick Ben Davies over the impressive 28-year-old.

But, with last season’s controversy in the past and with Rose here to stay for the foreseeable future, you can’t help but feel that he’s a better option than the Welshman.

However, Liverpool have one of the deadliest attacks in world football so it’s vital that they bring Mohamed Salah to a halt, which is why Danny Rose should be inserted into the starting lineup to try and keep up with the Egyptian.

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama has struggled through injury and a lack of minutes on the field in recent times as he still waits for his first Premier League appearance this season.

Interestingly, the central midfielder managed to find the back of the net from distance at Anfield in the last campaign, so supporters will be hoping that he can replicate his fine strike later on today.

And, with Dele Alli unavailable due to injury, it provides the Kenyan with the perfect opportunity.

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