Tottenham boss Pochettino: If players want to leave, I'll use academy kids

Tottenham boss Pochettino: If players want to leave, I'll use academy kids

Watford have also enjoyed an excellent start to the season as Javi Garcia's men sit level with Tottenham on nine points having won their opening three matches against Brighton, Burnley and Crystal Palace so someone's flawless record has to go tomorrow.

They have waved away such speculation with three wins from three, including last Monday's impressive 3-0 win at Old Trafford.

They have bested Brighton, Burnley and Crystal Palace so far this time out, but Spurs will provide them with their first top-six test this season. "They destroyed Manchester United", Merson wrote in his column for the Daily Star.

He said: "There are always some key moments in the season and I think this game came at the flawless time".

The French World Cup victor insisted after the win at Old Trafford that the result came at the "perfect time" after what he called a "tough week".

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"It gives more room for players like Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen to play".

The injury to Lloris should see Michel Vorm deputise, with the Netherlands goalkeeper last featuring in a competitive fixture for Spurs in the FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester United. OK, maybe I can go after the press conference and help the builders, but what else can I do?

"Their squad is just not deep enough".

If Spurs are to maintain their 100% record when they make the short trip to Vicarage Road, then they are going to have to come through without a pair of first team men. "I really thought some of them might be off because they could get more money and a better chance of winning things by leaving".

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