We have another important weekend in the Premier League ahead of us as we get closer to the final months of the season.
At this time last week, Tottenham were preparing for a clash with Rochdale in the FA Cup.
The affair ended in an entertaining, yet unexpected 2-2 draw and now Spurs will have to switch their attention to normal business in the Premier League.
Mauricio Pochettino is aware that his side will have to put another long run of solid results together again if they are to secure a finish in the top four.
This weekend in particular is an important one because of the showdown at Old Trafford which will see Manchester United and Chelsea lock horns.
With those two in action, it will be imperative for Tottenham to clinch all of the three points on Sunday.
Trips to Crystal Palace are rarely straightforward and therefore Pochettino will have to name a strong starting eleven.
Not a bad side but if we are to be treated like a big club then surely Sterling or Griffiths can be on the sub bench along with Foyth to get a game against a badly depleted Palace team
No way can we drop Son especialy since he opened is account against Palace. Not three weeks ago he was in sparkling form then Poch started hooking him for Lamela who played well but fired blanks .This started stripping away at Sons confidants bit by bit then it came the Bench Lamel starting now Son is snatching over playing passing when a shots on and shooting when its not on. He has to play to get is confidants back again.
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