Robbie Keane, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Vedran Corluka are all back after being cup-tied against Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Cup.
Hull have Ian Ashbee, Daniel Cousin, Caleb Folan and Anthony Gardner back in contention but Craig Fagan is out with a knee injury.
Spurs have only won 1 of the last 9 league games and have not picked up a point away from home since beating West Ham on December 8th.
Hull haven’t won in their last 9 league games and have only won 1 game in the league from their last 16 played.
Head to Head
Not an awful lot to go on here but Hull won at White Hart Lane earlier in the season by one goal to nil courtesy of a Geovanni free kick.
Both teams are in shocking form and both sides will be targeting this fixture as a must win. Hull started the season so well but they now look to have relegation written all over them with only one victory in the last 16 league games.
Spurs aren’t faring an awful lot better with only one win in 9 and some of the player will likely have one eye on Sunday’s cup final against Manchester United but with the big guns including Robbie Keane back in the squad, I fancy Spurs to leave the KC Stadium with all 3 points.
I like the look of 2-0 to Spurs at a generous looking 10/1 with Betfred.
Robbie Keane to score first is also a fair price at 11/2.
2-0 and Robbie Keane to score would be ideal but I can see a scrappy 1-0 win at best!
david smith says
spurs are in shocking form but only against teams that i call desperate to stay up we havent lost to any so called top teams except villa.And that whas when we were missing key players lennon and co .The reason for this is unprintable and bloggs wont let me tell for fear of reprisels,and whati discovered to but mildly dodgy energy .
lol at ‘so called top teams’ – you mean the top 4 who qualify for the europes elite competition every year – you cunt