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Tottenham will look to continue their recent good form when they travel to Wales to take on Swansea.
Since the permanent appointment of new manager Tim Sherwood Spurs have looked a different team picking up 10 points from a possible 12.
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The unbeaten league run has pushed the club up to sixth in the table, 8 points off leaders Arsenal and more importantly just two points off four place Liverpool.
The turnaround in form under Sherwood has been most impressive with the simple decision to play two up front really paying dividends.
With Emmanuel Adebayor looking sharp and Roberto Soldado, despite still struggling to score from open play benefitting from having a strike partner Spurs have gone from having the lowest conversion rate (7%) under Andre Villas-Boas to the current best (23%) under the new manager.
The club bounced back from their FA Cup exit at the hands of Arsenal with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace and they will fancy their chances in Wales given the fact that they have yet to lose in the Premier League to Swansea.
Spurs have won their last four away games, including beating at Old Trafford for the second successive year and have suffered just three defeats in their last 21 away games
Swansea meanwhile may be currently 13th in the table but with just four points separating them from bottom of the table Crystal Palace they will anxious ahead of the game.
The Swans have been in poor form of late with just one win in their last 8 league games a difficult run of games that has seen them lose to Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Everton with their only win since the 28th of November coming in a 3-0 success over Newcastle.
The club could welcome back goalkeeper Michel Vorm into the side after a knee injury. Defender Dwight Tiendalli and midfielder Jonathan DeGuzman are also poised to return after a hamstring and calf problems. ,
Roland Lamah will be assessed before the game but Jose Canas is definitely out with an ankle injury.
Pablo Hernandez, Nathan Dyer and Michu are not yet ready to return and are more than likely due back in February.
Spurs meanwhile are set to be boosted by the return of defenders Jan Vertonghen and Younes Kaboul after ankle and thigh injuries respectively while Andros Townsend could return to the squad after an impressive performance for the Under-21’s in midweek following a hamstring injury.
Paulinho and Kyle Walker are out while Gylfi Sigurdsson and Erik Lamela could return to the squad after recent calf and thigh injuries.