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4-2-3-1: If Pochettino fields this Spurs XI, Liverpool will wish they didn’t turn up

Tottenham Hotspur fans here in the Tavern are growing to admire their side as they look to continue their fine form of late. Indeed, ever since their strong performance at Real Madrid, our north London locals haven’t stopped celebrating. 

After the destruction of the beloved White Hart Lane Tottenham have struggled to come to grips with their so-called new home Wembley stadium, though did recently record their first Premier League win there, over Bournemouth.

Indeed, they’ve been unbeaten in their last 7 games against some tough opposition and it is beginning to look like the structure of something positive is growing here for Pochettino and his men. Having won their last Premier League game 1-0 at home to the Cherries, they carried their league form into Europe as they pulled off a very respectable 1-1 draw with Spanish giants Real Madrid after an impressive display.

Having produced what was a very solid and resolute defensive performance mixed with some heroics from Hugo Lloris and some attacking magic by the front men, Spurs sit proudly at the summit of their Champions League group as they look to build on it.

So, with the fans and players in high hopes and spirits they move onto their next Premier League fixture which is back at Wembley against title rivals Liverpool. However, it won’t be easy as the Reds are on a fine run of form of late as they conjured up 7 goals in their last game and an impressive draw against United.

With title aspirations still alive and the hunt for a Champions League place once again being the clubs main aim it is going to be an all important game as two ambitious trophy hunting sides go head to head in the capital.

So as the clash between these two sides approaches, I had a look at what side Pochettino should field…

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