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4-2-3-1: This Spurs XI will beat West Brom on Saturday

Spurs will be on a high after being the first team in the Premier League this season to defeat table toppers Manchester City, thus making them the only unbeaten side left in the top division.

Apart from that victory, the north London side have started the season very well anyway.

In fact, they’ve only dropped points against Everton and Liverpool, winning every other match.

They suffered an early setback in the Champions League, with a bruising defeat at home to Monaco but recovered with an impressive victory away in Moscow to leave them in a decent position in the group.

Their opponents on Saturday have also had a decent season so far despite the lack of action in the summer.

Tony Pulis’ job has been at the forefront of most West Brom related discussions but, for now, the Welshman is still in charge at the Hawthorns and will look to sting Spurs once again.

Last season, the Baggies drew 1-1 at White Hart Lane which was the biggest blow to Spurs’ last title chance.

Can they do the same again?

Well, the punters here in the Transfer Tavern don’t think so and suggest that this Spurs XI will BEAT the Baggies.

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