Spurs’ manager Harry Redknapp
After their disappointing draw against Swansea, Tottenham host West Bromwich Albion this Tuesday at White Hart Lane.
Third-placed Spurs didn’t take advantage of the shocking defeats of City and United and remain six points behind the two Manchester giants.
But Harry Redknapp’s men, who have only lost once on their home ground this season, should be confident after their 3-1 victory away at West Bromwich in November.
The bad news for the Spurs is the injury of Scott Parker at the Liberty Stadium; and the midfielder is very doubtful for Tuesday’s clash.
As far as West Bromwich is concerned, Roy Hodgson will do without his skipper Chris Brunt, injured against Everton.
The Baggies have just fallen at home to the Toffees with a cruel goal conceded just before full time.
And it’s going to be a tough game for West Brom who could reach the top half of the table if they win at White Hart Lane against all odds.