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Spurs v Boro - team news

Fri 03 February 2017, 13:49|Tottenham Hotspur

Hugo Lloris looks set to return for Saturday’s clash with Middlesbrough at White Hart Lane.

Our goalkeeper and skipper missed the midweek draw with Sunderland through illness with Michel Vorm stepping into the breach to keep a clean sheet.

But Mauricio Pochettino reported this afternoon (Friday, February 3) that he expects to have the Frenchman back for our meeting with Boro.

“Hugo trained yesterday and today and we hope that for tomorrow he will be available,” he told Spurs TV. “We are happy, (he’s had) good evolution and if all is going normally he will be in the team.”

Mauricio does have a number of absentees for the game, however. Danny Rose will see a specialist on Monday over a knee problem while Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (knee) and Kieran Trippier (hip) remain sidelined, although the manager says the latter two are making rapid progress.

“GK is much better,” he said. “For tomorrow he is out but he is much better. Kieran Trippier is still out but is much better too in the same level and be sure for next week he will be available.”

On longer-term absentees Jan Vertonghen (ankle) and Erik Lamela (hip), Mauricio added: “Jan Vertonghen is doing better, he’s started to run on the pitch, he is very positive and we’ll see in the next few weeks how he is doing but we are very positive about him.

“Erik Lamela’s progression is good – every day is step-by-step going ahead. It’s better to be cautious but we are positive and happy.”


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It’s £3.50 for 100 pages, including...

- Heung-Min Son on character and comebacks in our exclusive main interview
- Harry Kane looks forward to Sunday's Super Bowl 51
- Mauricio Pochettino's exclusive column
- Vincent Janssen profiled in 'Centre of Attention'
- Interviews with Martin Chivers and ex-Boro full-back Dean Gordon
- Celebrating 10 years of the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

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