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Under pressure WBA manager Alan Irvine will hope this side can pick up a first win of the season when they travel to London to face Spurs this afternoon as Mauricio Pochettino’s side look to hold all the aces.


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Two draws and two defeats in his first four games as manager leaves the club 19th in the table and Irvine as a man feeling the strain.

The former Everton coach saw his team booed off the field last weekend and knows his team must improve quickly if he is turn things around.

“That’s the nature of the job, anyone who’s down the bottom end of the table is going to be in that position where they’re under pressure,” he said.

“But it’s four games in and it can change very quickly. I see Paul Lambert’s been given a new contract and if I remember rightly, he was under a great deal of pressure last season and gone through some difficult times.”

While Lambert has come through the storm to lead WBA’s cross city rivals into the top half of the table, WBA are currently in the bottom three but with their recent injury woes coming to an end Irvine will be confident ahead of the trip to the capital.

The boss is set to hand a debut to summer signing Joleon Lescott while Youssouf Mulumbu, Victor Anichebe, Silvestre Varela and Stephane Sessegnon will all be in the squad after overcoming recent injuries.

Tottenham meanwhile have made a solid start to the season picking up seven points in their first four games to sit 6th in the table.

The club are also unbeaten in Europe after they opened their Europa League campaign with a 0-0 draw away to Partizan Belgrade.

The point came with a potential price however with Andros Townsend picking up a dead leg in the game. The England start will be assessed before the game.

Right-back Kyle Walker misses out once again while a hip injury however Emmanuel Adebayor, Younes Kaboul, Mousa Dembele, Nacer Chadli and Danny Rose are all set to start after being rested midweek.

The clash with the Baggies should see Kaboul make his first start since being appointed club captain last Monday.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.