Tottenham could be without Harry Kane as the striker endeavors to shake off a cool before the outing to Swansea on Tuesday.
Kane missed preparing on Friday yet has kept on being evaluated, with supervisor Mauricio Pochettino confident he could be prepared for the Liberty Stadium experience, live on Sky Sports Premier League.”He’s icy, similar to me,” said Pochettino. “He’s at home, the specialist was at his home. Will he be fit to confront Swansea? We’ll see. I don’t know whether he’ll be accessible or not. We’ll perceive how he responds.”
New Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal saw his side originate from an objective down with four minutes staying to grab a sensational 2-1 win at Watford.
The Swans were trailing to Andre Carrillo’s eleventh moment header however Jordan Ayew got the equalizer before substitute Luciano Narsingh started wild festivals with a last-heave champ.
Furthermore, Ayew feels Swansea’s recently discovered certainty under Carvalhal can enable them to stay away from transfer this season.
“I think this win is a stage forward,” Ayew told the club’s legitimate site. “Presently we need to continue onward and push to get more outcomes.
“Football is about certainty. We know we can improve the situation things with certainty. In any case, likewise, in the event that you don’t buckle down then you get rebuffed. Be that as it may, at Watford we worked hard and got our rewards.”The new chief has just been here for two days, however he has had a positive effect. His thoughts are clear and direct. He needs us to run more in the diversion and be more forceful with our play. We conveyed that and merited the win.”
Tammy Abraham is an uncertainty for Swansea’s home gathering with Tottenham on Tuesday.
The striker has been battling with stomach damage and went off ahead of schedule in the second half against Watford on Saturday.
Wilfried Bony could supplant Abraham on the off chance that he can shake off a hamstring issue. Ki Sung-yueng (calf) and Kyle Bartley (knee tendons) are probably going to pass up a great opportunity once more.
Goads midfielder Victor Wanyama could show up since August as he ventures up his arrival after long haul knee inconvenience.
Against no side have Swansea lost more Premier League recreations than they have against Tottenham (P13 W0 D3 L10).
Swansea’s last alliance win against Spurs came in October 1982 (2-0).
The two groups have scored in each of the six Premier League gatherings between these sides at Liberty Stadium.
The turn around installation at Wembley completed 0-0, in spite of Tottenham endeavoring 26 shots (8 on focus) to Swansea’s four (0 on target).
Christian Eriksen has played a part in 10 objectives in eight past Premier League diversions against Swansea (six objectives, four helps) and has scored in each of his last three appearances at Liberty Stadium (four objectives).
Eriksen’s four objectives at Liberty Stadium is more than any Swansea player has figured out how to score in their 10 coordinates there in the Premier League this season (Tammy Abraham has the most with three).
This will be Carlos Carvalhal’s first home Premier League coordinate as Swansea manager – his last home match against Premier League restriction came in October 2015, when his Sheffield Wednesday side won 3-0 at Hillsborough against Arsenal in a League Cup tie.
Harry Kane has scored a cap trap in each of his last two Premier League appearances – the principal player to score sequential cap traps on two separate events.
How on earth did Swansea win against Watford? Mind blowing result. It was gigantic for Swansea and presumably won’t help Tottenham. On the off chance that Swansea had lost to Watford they may have felt they needed to a greater extent a conflict with Spurs, however now they will sit back with 10 behind the ball and attempt to escape with a draw. On the off chance that they can get four focuses from these two recreations that is an awesome outcome.
Tottenham are playing great right now and scoring objectives. They have looked great over the Christmas time frame.
PAUL PREDICTS: 0-3 (13/2 with Sky Bet)
Watch Swansea v Tottenham on Tuesday from 7.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League