Prediction West Bromwich vs Tottenham Premier League
Targets Tottenham win against West Bromwich Albion
The Hawthorns will hold a party last week to the 2012-2013 Premier League-25 between West Bromwich Albion vs Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday (03/02/2013). Tottenham, though coming as a guest team, still targeting victory in this match. Three points will make their distance with Chelsea in third only one point left.
Knocked out of the FA Cup last week’s event will be the whip Andre Villas-Boas for foster children. Especially in the middle of last week the last game, they could only draw 1-1 with Norwich City. We are disappointed knocked out of the FA Cup. We actually want to reply in Norwich, but only drew. We want to get back to winning ways, “said Andre Villas-Boas.
The good news for Spurs as Jermain Defoe has been declared recovered and ready to play in the game. But some other players like Sandro still be absent and Younes Kaboul are injured and Emmanuel Adebayor who was at the African Nations Cup 2013.
West Brom from the camp, they will miss George Thorne, who suffered a knee injury and Peter Odemwingie for internal reasons. Youssuf Mulumbu is able to play again after his country was eliminated from the African Nations Cup 2013.
Estimated lineup West Bromwich vs Tottenham:
West Bromwich (4-2-3-1): 1. Ben Foster; 28. Billy Jones, 23. Gareth McAuley, 3. Jonas Olsson, 6. Liam Ridgewell; 5. Claudio Yacob, 11. Chris Brunt; 17. Graham Dorrans, 7. James Morrison, 14. Jerome Thomas; 20. Romelu Lukaku. Manager: Steve Clarke
Tottenham (4-2-3-1): 25. Hugo Lloris; 28. Kyle Walker, 20. Michael Dawson, 5. Jan Vertonghen, 16. Kyle Naughton; 8. Scott Parker, 19. Mousa Dembele 7. Aaron Lennon, 11. Gareth Bale, 2. Clint Dempsey; 18. Jermain Defoe. Manager: Andre Villas-Boas
Head to head West Bromwich vs Tottenham:
25-08-2012: Tottenham 1-1 West Bromwich
04-01-2012: Tottenham 1-0 West Bromwich
26-11-2011: West Bromwich 1-3 Tottenham
23-04-2011: Tottenham 2-2 West Bromwich
11-09-2010: West Bromwich Tottenham 1-1
Prediksi Goalscoresoccer: West Bromwich (32%) Draw (33%) Tottenham (35%) 1-2.