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Tottenham Hotspur Predicted XI against Brighton

Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton will be going head-to-head this Saturday. Both teams will be looking to put

On the board, three points. The Lilywhites’ aim of winning the Premier League will move closer with a win.

They have won three of their previous five games, demonstrating their strong form. The team’s 36 points this season have come from the standout plays of Son Heung-min and Richardson. They are six points behind league leaders Liverpool despite having played one fewer game.

Sometimes, Ange Postecoglou’s roster selection seems out of the ordinary because of their continuous injury problems. The moment to pick the Australian coach’s starting lineup for their matchup with Brighton appears to be getting closer.

Tottenham Hotspur Predicted XI against Brighton. (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Ange will probably start Brighton in his customary 4-2-3-1 shape. Ben Davies and Eric Dier will probably start at center back for him, with Pedro Porro and Emerson Royal filling in at fullback.

Oliver Skipp and Pape Matar Sarr are anticipated to play defensive roles in the middle line. Brennan Johnson, Son Heung-min, and Dejan Kulusevski will most likely be leading from the front in the meantime.

Richarlison will be the lone attacker assuming the role of center-forward. Over his past three games, the Brazilian striker has scored four goals, demonstrating his incredible play.



Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou made to regret decision as Joe Rodon shines on loan for Leeds United

Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Tottenham, appears to have the option of using defender Joe Rodon, who is now on loan.Spurs are now lacking in defensive alternatives due to Micky van de Ven’s long-term injury.

Postecoglou has been forced to use left-back Ben Davies as a temporary center-back with Cristian Romero, who appears to be one tackle away from a punishment, since Eric Dier is obviously not in his plans.

The Wales international Davies has done a good job of replacing Van de Ven, but Postecoglou would have benefited from having additional choices available. As it is, Postecoglou may now regret selling Davies’ international partner in the summer.

Joe Rodon was given permission to leave Hotspur Way on loan, spending the 2023–2024 season with Championship team Leeds United. Given his recent play, Postecoglou probably reconsidered his decision to approve the 26-year-old’s departure.

Leeds is now in fourth place with nine points in the Championship’s play-off spots.

advantage over Hull City who occupy seventh spot, and a big reason they find themselves in this position is due to the performances of Rodon at the back.


Rodon has started 20 of the Whites’ 24 league fixtures this season and was particularly impressive during their 4-0 rout of high-flying Ipswich Town on December 23.

Kieran Mckenna’s side have been the surprise package in England’s second tier this season, currently sitting in second place after being promoted from League One last year, but were beaten convincingly by Daniel Farke’s men at Elland Road, with Rodon’s performance throughout the match being described as “outstanding”.

Former Ipswich striker Alex Mathie told BBC Sport (23 December), “It’s not been Ipswich’s day today. Joe Rodon has been outstanding at the back [for Leeds]. He looks like a Premier League defender.”

It is hard to disagree with Mathie.

Rodon won all three of his duels—two in the air and one on the ground—and made five clearances, four interceptions, and one tackle, according to Sofascore. Postecoglou will be quite disappointed with his on-ball performance, though, as the former Swansea player completed 91% of his passes and played one precise long ball forward.

Although Rodon took a lot of the responsibility for Leeds’ defeat in their most recent game, a 2-1 loss to Preston North End on December 26, the team did not play well.

The central defender made four clearances, blocked one shot, made one tackle and one interception, while also winning 100 per cent of his duels on the ground (four out of four). In addition, he won three of his five aerial duels and completed 86 per cent of his passes, while playing three accurate long balls forward.

With the injuries and suspensions piling up at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Postecoglou would have likely been watching Rodon’s performances over the festive period with a clenched fist and a lot of regret.

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