While they have some very average players (including a few of our cast offs), almost anything can happen in tomorrow’s game against Portsmouth. Although Harry might get some love from his old fans, I’d expect Spurs to be on the receiving end of a seriously hostile reception.

The Portsmouth fans could really carry their players through 90mins and with their win at Wolves, the return of Avram Grant and the arrival of Ali Al Faraj, the players and the club as a whole are bound to be in a much more positive frame of mind than they were a few weeks ago.

Jamie O’Hara isn’t allowed to play which is probably a positive as far as we are concerned but David James is back after injury. Defoe is likely to play against his old side after recovering from injury and Ledley could also be back.

We have a good record against Portsmouth in recent times, having only lost once in nine games. On form, you’d be hard pressed to bet against a Tottenham victory but with all the history and the fact Pompey have some stability for the first time this season, it’s unlikely to be straightforward.

I’ll still go for Spurs to nick it but I can envisage a right old game tomorrow afternoon.

2 thoughts on “Pompey

  1. With the speed of Lennon,the shooting ability of Defoe,Pompey are in trouble.They have scored 4,yes, 4 goals this season.I do not know what all the fuss is about.King is playing,and Gomes is as good as old man James.
    They have no one to compare with the likes of Corluka and even Bale.One of their best players is Boating one of our rejects.
    Crouch Defoe and Keane have each scored more goals than the whole of the Portsmouth side this season.
    Draw your own conclusions!!!!!!

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