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Under pressure Tim Sherwood will be keen to get back to winning ways when his Spurs side take on Southampton at White Hart Lane.
The club’s former midfielder has already lost four of his 10 competitive home games as Spurs manager – Andre Villas Boas, appointed as the new coach of Zenith this week, lost three of his 13 at White Hart Lane this season before he was sacked.
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club will head into the clash after bowing out of Europe 5-3 on aggregate to Benfica, a 2-2 draw in Portugal not enough to secure a quarter-final place.
Sherwood made a number of enforced changes for the clash with the Portuguese league leaders and was rewarded with a stirring performance.
Of those that did not travel, Emmanuel Adebayor (Slight hamstring strain), Jan Vertonghen and Hugo Lloris should all return on Sunday while Nacer Chadli will hope his double against Benfica sees him start.
Etienne Capoue, Paulinho, Mousa Dembele, Michael Dawson, Vlad Chiriches and Younes Kaboul were all injured for the game with only Paulinho, Kaboul and Dembele are n with a shout for the Southampton game.
Erik Lamela is back in training but unlikely to feature while for the Saints Dejan Lovren is a doubt because of a groin problem whilst Victor Wanyama is struggling with a calf injury.
Spurs have proved to be a bit of a bogey side for Southampton with the Saints losing four of their last five games against the Londoners.
However Mauricio Pochettino will be confident going into the clash having overseeing three wins in their last four Premier League away games, keeping clean sheets in all those victories.
The south coast side are enjoying a stunning season and with 8 games to go, the club have their most ever points at this stage of a premier league season as well as their most goals scored.
Spurs meanwhile have proved inconsistent and with Everton breaking down their neck in the race for 5th place they cannot afford any slip ups.