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    If we play as well as we did in first half today we will win

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALWAYS_SFC View Post
    If we play as well as we did in first half today we will win
    Nowt to worry about at theirs imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALWAYS_SFC View Post
    If we play as well as we did in first half today we will win
    If the referee plays as well as he did today we will lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    If the referee plays as well as he did today we will lose.

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    Do we know who it is yet, bloody hope it not today's idiot

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALWAYS_SFC View Post
    Do we know who it is yet, bloody hope it not today's idiot
    David Coote

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    Hope City knacker them out tomorrow and they get a couple of minor injury niggles.

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    Wonder if Valery will be considered for this game or if we’ll go with jwp again at rightback

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    Would like to see a strong team, there's no reason we can't go there and win. Really depends on how the 2 managers approach it given its the winter break.

    Gunn
    Valery
    Bednarek
    Stephens
    Bertrand
    JWP
    Hoj
    Refmond
    Boufal
    Ings
    Adams


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint_Tony View Post
    Would like to see a strong team, there's no reason we can't go there and win. Really depends on how the 2 managers approach it given its the winter break.

    Gunn
    Valery
    Bednarek
    Stephens
    Bertrand
    JWP
    Hoj
    Refmond
    Boufal
    Ings
    Adams


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    Yeah I’d go with this but would probably start Obafemi over Adams.

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    With both Long and Ings going off at 70 mins, I reckon they will both start Weds

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    Think

    This will be the team to start:
    Gunn
    Valery Stephens Bednarek Bertrand
    Redmond JWP Hojberg Boufal
    Long Ings

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    FYI for anyone going to the game, apparently Spurs have a "no bag over A4 size" policy like they now do at Wembley and also have no bag drop area, so anyone coming straight from work, leave your stuff in the office.

    EDIT: More on it here: https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/the...hibited-items/
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Hope City knacker them out tomorrow and they get a couple of minor injury niggles.
    I would love another Son red card. Or injury (nothing too serious, obviously)

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    Think our little bubble has burst and we will see another decent sized defeat. Hope to be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattio View Post
    FYI for anyone going to the game, apparently Spurs have a "no bag over A4 size" policy like they now do at Wembley and also have no bag drop area, so anyone like me coming straight from work is going to leave you work stuff in the office.

    EDIT: More on it here: https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/the...hibited-items/
    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skintsaint View Post
    Think our little bubble has burst and we will see another decent sized defeat. Hope to be wrong.
    after one game against the best team in the world

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    Spurs have picked up a bit. Really hope today's game takes it out of them.

    I know we'll stick with Gunn as cup keeper but I'd really rather not. Imagine Ings and Long will be rested and we still have no options at right back. So...

    Bednarek Vestergaard Stephens

    JWP Romeu Højbjerg Bertrand

    Boufal Obafemi Redmond

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint97 View Post
    after one game against the best team in the world
    After one half basically. We're ****e now.

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    With 10 days until our next game I can't see anyone being rested for this game. Other than Gunn in goal I reckon it could be same team that started against Liverpool with Valery making the bench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriansfc View Post
    Spurs have picked up a bit. Really hope today's game takes it out of them.

    I know we'll stick with Gunn as cup keeper but I'd really rather not. Imagine Ings and Long will be rested and we still have no options at right back. So...

    Bednarek Vestergaard Stephens

    JWP Romeu Højbjerg Bertrand

    Boufal Obafemi Redmond

    I agree with the comment about Gunn, but why the heck would be go back to 3 at the back ? For the last 5.5 away games its worked really well, even when Vestergaard was part of a back 4 at Palace (ignoring his awful first half error). Please keep some continuity in formation and players ..... I would also hope Valery is back and we can get JWP back in midfield instead of Romeo who was very quiet yesterday. I think that there is a strong chance that with the break coming up that Ings and Long will start too.

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    Alli went off with an ankle injury tody. Hope it takes a week to get better.

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    providing there were injuries picked up yesterday I would definately start the same 11 against Spurs, the players then have 10 days off! City were very wasteful in front of goal today and controlled the game until the sending off. If we play anything like we played yesterday we will give Spurs a good run for their money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John D View Post
    With 10 days until our next game I can't see anyone being rested for this game. Other than Gunn in goal I reckon it could be same team that started against Liverpool with Valery making the bench.
    I'm inclined to agree, although there's a train of thought that says having JWP back in the midfield position he has excelled in recently could outweigh the potential downside of playing Valery at right-back. Difficult call I guess.

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    I didn't see the spurs game today but the stats make it sound like they won against the run of play, 39% possession and only 3 shots yet a very impressive result beating City 2-0. Lloris must have had a good game, could do with Gazzaniga being back in goal, Alli injury seem enough to keep him out ?

    I'd be much more confident if we had Cedric and Armstrong in the side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trousers View Post
    I'm inclined to agree, although there's a train of thought that says having JWP back in the midfield position he has excelled in recently could outweigh the potential downside of playing Valery at right-back. Difficult call I guess.
    I'd go with that too. I think KWP is cup tied? Or rules stop him playing if he wasn't available for the first game. Please not Danso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriansfc View Post
    Spurs have picked up a bit. Really hope today's game takes it out of them.

    I know we'll stick with Gunn as cup keeper but I'd really rather not. Imagine Ings and Long will be rested and we still have no options at right back. So...

    Bednarek Vestergaard Stephens

    JWP Romeu Højbjerg Bertrand

    Boufal Obafemi Redmond
    I doubt it. Fortunately Ralph is the manager now, not zero-trophy Poch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shroppie View Post
    I'd go with that too. I think KWP is cup tied? Or rules stop him playing if he wasn't available for the first game. Please not Danso.

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    He can't play against his parent club, plus if you weren't registered for the original game then you can't play in the replay.

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    Any thoughts on the likely attendance?

    Will Spurs sell their allocation I wonder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriansfc View Post
    Spurs have picked up a bit. Really hope today's game takes it out of them.

    I know we'll stick with Gunn as cup keeper but I'd really rather not. Imagine Ings and Long will be rested and we still have no options at right back. So...

    Bednarek Vestergaard Stephens

    JWP Romeu Højbjerg Bertrand

    Boufal Obafemi Redmond
    No need to rest Ings and Long, our next game after this is on the 15th!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyinthesky View Post
    Any thoughts on the likely attendance?

    Will Spurs sell their allocation I wonder?
    There allocation is the entire home end, unlikely to be full

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRM View Post
    I didn't see the spurs game today but the stats make it sound like they won against the run of play, 39% possession and only 3 shots yet a very impressive result beating City 2-0. Lloris must have had a good game, could do with Gazzaniga being back in goal, Alli injury seem enough to keep him out ?

    I'd be much more confident if we had Cedric and Armstrong in the side.
    They were very fortunate. City were wasteful, missed a penalty and an open goal, should have been 3-0 up then had a player sent off. Spurs scored with their first shot on target then a deflected one as city chased the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint97 View Post
    after one game against the best team in the world
    One win in the last four actually I was going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALWAYS_SFC View Post
    If we play as well as we did in first half today we will win
    Exactly this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattio View Post
    FYI for anyone going to the game, apparently Spurs have a "no bag over A4 size" policy like they now do at Wembley and also have no bag drop area, so anyone coming straight from work, leave your stuff in the office.

    EDIT: More on it here: https://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/the...hibited-items/
    Got caught out going to spurs (Wembley) last year with this straight form work. Its a joke, and you only find out just as you're about to go into the stadium. Only take a bag if you absolutely have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skintsaint View Post
    One win in the last four actually I was going on.
    Ah yes, our most dominant performance of the season... 2 league games ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Munster View Post
    I doubt it. Fortunately Ralph is the manager now, not zero-trophy Poch.
    Thought Burnley was Saturday.

    It'll be full strength then. Just think we're missing JWP a lot in midfield and aren't coping that well without a right back. Also worry we'll run out of energy soon given how much we've put into games the last few months.

    Spurs looked good on one hand yesterday, but on the other hand, if city hadn't been in one of their poor us it's all going against us moods it would have been 0-5 with the chances they created.

    We can get some joy from that defence if we go for it. But we won't be keeping a clean sheet. Think we'd have to score 3 to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriansfc View Post
    Thought Burnley was Saturday.

    It'll be full strength then. Just think we're missing JWP a lot in midfield and aren't coping that well without a right back. Also worry we'll run out of energy soon given how much we've put into games the last few months.

    Spurs looked good on one hand yesterday, but on the other hand, if city hadn't been in one of their poor us it's all going against us moods it would have been 0-5 with the chances they created.

    We can get some joy from that defence if we go for it. But we won't be keeping a clean sheet. Think we'd have to score 3 to win.
    Remember saying something similar when we went to Liverpool...and won 1-0...

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    I went for the cheap option and going with the official saints travel club, Where in Eastleigh is the pick up point ?

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    Think Mourinho will be absolutely gagging to win this and hope for a trophy this way. Is Friend playing for them? Two games in a week might be tough for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adriansfc View Post
    Thought Burnley was Saturday.

    It'll be full strength then. Just think we're missing JWP a lot in midfield and aren't coping that well without a right back. Also worry we'll run out of energy soon given how much we've put into games the last few months.

    Spurs looked good on one hand yesterday, but on the other hand, if city hadn't been in one of their poor us it's all going against us moods it would have been 0-5 with the chances they created.

    We can get some joy from that defence if we go for it. But we won't be keeping a clean sheet. Think we'd have to score 3 to win.
    Yes, so I would swap PEH to RB and keep JWP in midfield. I think PEH played RB against City earlier this season and didn't do too badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Munster View Post
    Yes, so I would swap PEH to RB and keep JWP in midfield. I think PEH played RB against City earlier this season and didn't do too badly.
    Think it was LB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Munster View Post
    Yes, so I would swap PEH to RB and keep JWP in midfield. I think PEH played RB against City earlier this season and didn't do too badly.
    Valery was right wing back vs Man City, Hojbjerg was on the left.

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    McCarthy
    KWP Stephens Bednarek Bertrand
    Redmond JWP Hojberg Djenepo
    Long Ings

    they can rest after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintTex View Post
    McCarthy
    KWP Stephens Bednarek Bertrand
    Redmond JWP Hojberg Djenepo
    Long Ings

    they can rest after.
    oops.. my bad on KWP, i guess Valery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintTex View Post
    McCarthy
    KWP Stephens Bednarek Bertrand
    Redmond JWP Hojberg Djenepo
    Long Ings

    they can rest after.
    Walker-Peters can't play for two reasons...

    1) He can't play against his parent club
    2) He was not registered for Saints at the time of the original match, so is not allowed to play in the replay

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    Gunn
    Valley, Stephens, Bednarek, Bertrand
    JWP, PEH
    Boufal, Redmond
    Obafemi, Adams

    Think the front two will not be popular with many, but it worked at at Chelsea and I think Ralph will go for fresh legs to get after Sours. Ings, Long and Moussa to come off the bench at some point with extra time and pens a possibility

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    N'Lundulu not in tonight's U23 squad. In contention for the bench on Wednesday perhaps? Or injured again maybe?

    P.s. there was a time when I used to recognise most names in U23 team announcements....!
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    N’Lundulu has been injured hasn’t he? Sure I read it on here or somewhere.

    I’m quite glad Bergwijn isn’t eligible on Wednesday (and that we will have completed playing them this season.) Looks a player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNSUN View Post
    N’Lundulu has been injured hasn’t he? Sure I read it on here or somewhere.
    Yep, but he was back in the U23 squad a couple of weeks ago

    Edit: played Vs AFC Totton last week:
    https://www.advertiserandtimes.co.uk...ire-senior-cup
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    And good to see the U23s get a win. Scrappy game, though.

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