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Jose Mourinho would have been furious adding yet another fixture to Spurs already very long list, interrupting preparations for crucial Premier League matches and future European competitions.
I don’t think it’ll be the same situation this time round, he’ll play a stronger starting lineup in the aim of just getting the job done, wins will bring positivity around the camp and the club. A morale boost is definitely needed both on and off the pitch.
I’m expecting a strong lineup coming from Spurs, with the likes of Alli, Lucas Moura, Lamela & Lo Celso all starting, even the likes of Son, Eriksen might appear too. At home, with this lineup, Spurs should put a fair few past Boro and look to kill the tie as early as possible and get their stars off the field.
Boro themselves are no slouches especially recently where their form under Jonathan Woodgate has been very impressive. The first leg per say finished 1-1 with Boro troubling Spurs throughout the match, I think it’ll be a fairly similar situation as Boro look for what would be a cup upset.
Ashley Fletcher has really come into his own recently for the Teesider’s and his presence will prove tough for whoever Spurs play at the back, whether it be Alderweireld, Vertonghen or Sanchez.
I’m expecting him to play a similar role to what he played against Liverpool, essentially leading the line in the absence of Harry Kane. He’ll get plenty of chances against this fairly slow Boro defence, just through simply exploiting his incredible speed.
He’s priced up at 2.40 to score anytime and I think that’s an incredible price for a player who’s become so important to Spurs going forward.