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Spurs Team For Saturday

Spurs come calling at St James' Park on Saturday, looking to continue their push for UEFA Cup football.

Finland midfielder Teemu Tainio is the only major doubt for Tottenham boss Martin Jol.

Tainio has a throat infection and remains a real doubt but the Londoners see the return to the squad of Andy Reid after his knee problems.

Egyptian striker Mido is expected to return in attack at the expense of England international Jermain Defoe.


Tottenham (from): Robinson, Cerny, Stalteri, Kelly, Dawson, Lee, King, Gardner, Jenas, Davids, Carrick, Lennon, Huddlestone, Barnard, Defoe, Mido, Keane, Reid.




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Date:Friday March 31 2006

Time: 10:52AM

Your Comments

UEFA Cup football? I think that last time I checked it was Champions League football son.
elmo85
Got a good feeling that another 3 points are on there way to push for the coverted Champions League spot. parker missing will be a blow. I just hope Shearer is playing, sorry, I mean jogging about tomorrow!!
Singing Detective
With our defence we have no chance of beating spurs! It will be Shearer's 300th Premier League game for United and thats a club record, Given is second with 284.
www.nufconline.co.nr
"You're a big club, but you're in bad shape. With us getting wins is a full time job. Now lie down and behave yourselves!".
THFC6061
oh ye of little faith and ye of over confidence!!!! well played newcastle!
itsup4grabsnow
 

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