Tottenham predicted the line-up against NS Mura


Tottenham’s winger can have the opportunity to impress in his Europa Conference League match at NS Mura on Thursday.

Spurs are currently second in Group G and can book a place in the preliminary knockout stage if they win and Rennes beat Vitesse.

Here is the team Antonio Conte can choose for his fourth match as Tottenham’s head coach.

Tanganga started against Leeds / Visionhaus / GettyImages

Pierluigi Gollini (GK) – Tottenham’s cup keeper, even though he was not in Conte’s first Conference League match. Should make his first appearance in almost a month here.

Japhet Tanganga (CB) – With Cristian Romero injured, Tanganga came in third on Sunday. Should be given another opportunity to impress.

Davinson Sanchez (CB) – Has slipped out of Tottenham’s starting line-up in recent months. Recently made substitute appearances against Vitesse and Leeds.

Joe Rodon (CB) – The Welshman’s last start came in the gloomy defeat against Vitesse. Has not yet played under Conte but can get his first chance here.

Ship was suspended for the weekend / Stu Forster / GettyImages

Matt Doherty (RWB) – Is second in the right-back’s hack order behind Emerson Royal but Conte should be able to charm better performances from the Irishman in Europe compared to his predecessors Jose Mourinho and Nuno Espirito Santo.

Oliver Skipp (CM) – Was suspended this weekend and should get a runout. Gets industry and mops up loose possession well.

Tanguy Ndombele (CM) – Conte is the latest manager to unlock Ndombele. If he can get the Frenchman to work in his system, Spurs could become another beast – it’s an “if” we’ve been talking about for two years.

Ryan Sessegnon (LWB) – Will definitely start. Made a short comeo in the victory over Leeds who has just returned from injury and some good performances in Europe can help the young man to push Sergio Reguilon to a starting place.

Bergwijn could start / ANP Sport / GettyImages

Steven Bergwijn (RW) – Still looking for top form at Tottenham after his move in January 2020. Made and assisted in the Netherlands’ 2-0 victory over Norway during the international break and should get an opportunity here.

Harry Kane (ST) – With no attacking option and Spurs often looking lost without their captain at the front, Kane is likely to start again. Has so far five goals in the Conference League.

Lucas Moura (LW) – Made some chances against Leeds but put Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg for the equalizer. If the Brazilian is left out, Bryan Gil can be given a chance.

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