By Matt Bullin
Tottenham are expected to make three changes for their Premier League clash with Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham beat Burnley 2-0 last time out, though Vincent Janssen and Kieran Trippier will likely drop to the bench as Son Heung-Min returns as lone striker and Kyle Walker returns on the right.
Harry Winks will also miss out after picking up a knee injury during the 2-0 win, so Moussa Dembele is expected to come into the starting XI to replace him.
Pochettino will likely name the same defensive trio to sit in front of Hugo Lloris who will almost certainly retain his starting spot.
Eric Dier scored and was named Man of the Match for his efforts against Burnley, while Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen are both fit so should start.
Ben Davies is set to retain his place on the left in Danny Rose’s continued absence and Victor Wanyama should also start despite going off injured versus Burnley.
Christian Eriksen and Deli Alli have been two of Tottenham’s star performers this season so they are also expected to line up in behind the striker.
Janssen will likely drop to the bench in place of Son, who netted after coming on as a substitute against Burnley.
Harry Kane (ankle), Eric Lamela (hip) and Rose (knee) continue to miss out through long-term injuries.
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