Probable XI: The strongest 3-4-2-1 lineup Tottenham could field against Bournemouth tomorrow

Marching for the Title

When Tottenham’s title challenge spluttered out towards the end to allow for Leicester’s fairy tale, it was lost on most people about how far the London club had come. This year, Spurs have shown that it was no flash in the pan – once again, they are the most realistic challengers to the team at the top and while a 7 point gap is a tall order, Mauricio Pochettino’s men seem primed to take their chances.

Spurs have emerged have shown plenty of style as one of the most exciting teams in England. Led by the talismanic Golden Boot hopeful Harry Kane, the side also have the most exciting English talent in a generation in Delle Alli.

Add to that the proven quality of Dembele and Eriksen, maverick talents like Dier and Son and a solid defence backed by a superb Hugo Lloris in goal and you have a team that is raring to take the League by storm.

Bournemouth are the next challenge for Tottenham at home. The Cherries are currently in 15th place and would be looking to secure top-flight status. While Eddie Howe’s team are expected to put up a fight, their supporters will be willing to add to their 5 match winning streak on Saturday and keep the title race alive.

Check out the strongest possible lineup Poch could start the match with now that Wanyama is fit –

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