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Tim Sherwood’s men have been somewhat inconsistent in recent weeks winning two, losing two and drawing one of their last five games, their brilliance highlighted by a 5-1 win over Sunderland only for a 3-3 draw with WBA to scupper any chance of going on a winning run.
Despite all that they remain just 6 points off fifth place Everton and further point of the final champion’s league spot.
One man who has impressed recently for Sherwood’s side is Harry Kane. The 20 year old was tipped for a bright future at a young age and is now fulfilling that potential.
The striker has scored two goals in his last two games and with Roberto Soldado struggling to make an impressive the young striker could get another chance to start against Fulham.
“I feel I’m good enough to be here and good enough to play for Spurs in the Premier League. Kane told the Evening Standard.
I hope I’ve shown that in the last two games and I’m looking forward to the next ones.”
While Kane is once again set to start, Spurs will be without Micheal Dawson, Kyle Walker and Etienne Capoue for the clash. Moussa Dembele is struggling to be fit for the game while Erik Lamela is still out.
Fulham who have won two games on the trot to boost their survival hopes will be without Konstantinos Mitroglou and Damier Duff through injury.
Lewis Holtby, on loan from Tottenham is ineligible to feature against his parent club. Defender Dan Burn looks doubtful for the clash and will be assessed before the game.
Holtby, who has impressed since moving to Craven Cottage, has revealed he hopes that Fulham grab all three points.
“It’s a tough game for me, because I’m on loan from Tottenham but Fulham need the three points more at the moment to stay up,” he said. “I signed a long contract at Spurs and I was hoping to have a long future at the club. I still believe in my quality and that I can play for Tottenham.
“I was desperate to have some games. I hate being on the bench. I love being on the pitch and expressing myself and Fulham have given me the chance to play high-quality football in the Premier League.