Date and Time: 9th January 2022 @7:30 PM IST
Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham vs Morecambe, where to watch?
India: Sony Sports Network
Tottenham vs Morecambe Team News:
When the Tottenham Hotspur game against Chelsea came around, the team seemed to be untouched by the alleged coronavirus worry. Ryan Sessegnon might potentially make his comeback from injury in this game. Even though Son Heung-min, Cristian Romero, and Steven Bergwijn are all expected to miss out on the match, Conte will likely take advantage of the chance to diversify his resources after playing with the same starting XI for most of the Christmas season.
Among those expected to start are Pierluigi Gollini, Joe Rodon, Tanguy Ndombele, and Bryan Gil; nevertheless, young players such as Harvey White, Dane Scarlett, and Dilan Markanday might also gain significant minutes.
As for Morecambe, Stockton and Alfie McCalmont both returned from injury in time for the Doncaster victory, albeit the latter was hooked at halftime with his team behind 3-0. In addition, the visitors have made moves to sign Jacob Bedeau and Trevor Carson during the January transfer window, while Josh McPake has returned to his former club Rangers.
The majority of Robinson’s players should get a start on Premier League grass as a result of their performance against Doncaster. Aaron Wildig might go in for McCalmont in the event of a late injury.
Tottenham vs Morecambe, Probable Playing XI:
Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:
Gollini; Tanganga, Rodon, Eric Dier; Doherty, Harry Winks, Ndombele, Sessegnon; Dele Alli, Gil; Scarlett
Morecambe possible starting lineup:
Carson; McLaughlin, O’Connor, Liam Gibson, Greg Leigh; Wildig, Diagouraga, Shane McLoughlin; Obika, Stockton, Gnahou
Tottenham vs Morecambe Betting Predictions:
Match Betting: Tottenham win (1.08)
Morecambe win (29.00)
The One-Liner Explainer:
Morecambe’s never-say-die spirit was on full display against Doncaster, and the visitors will be pumped up to the hilt for this match, but Spurs should be able to speak for themselves on the field. A lot of the Lilywhites’ supporters will have their eyes on the transfer window this weekend, but Conte’s team should coast to an easy victory anyway.