Spurs will be out to put the disappointment of their defeat to Besiktas behind them when they travel to Wales to play Swansea, a team they have never lost to in the Premier League, with latest odds and free bets from Squeakybumtime.com.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side surrendered their unbeaten Europa league record and top spot in the group as they went down 1-0 in Turkey.
The North London side were the better side on the night but a couple of missed opportunities from Roberto Soldado proved very costly as Cenk Tosun scored what proved to be winner on 59 minutes.
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The result made it three games without a win for Spurs and they have failed to score in over 315 minutes of football.
The positive for the club however are very evident with post-Christmas European football secured not to mention the return to action of Kyle Walker.
The England defender made his first start of the season Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı and he could feature again on Sunday.
Hugo Lloris should return after being rested while Harry Kane, Ryan Mason, Kyle Naughton, Nabil Bentaleb and Christian Eriksen could all feature at the Liberty stadium after failing to travel with the squad.
Emmanuel Adebayor is unlikely to be involved after traveling back to Togo to deal with a personal family matter.
Spurs are currently 10th in the table, just a point of their weekend hosts and they could jump as high as 8th with a win at the Liberty stadium.
That appears to be a tough task however with Swansea losing just one game in front of their fans so far this season. The Swans have won five and drawn two of their home games and recently beat Spurs north London rivals Arsenal 2-1.
Last time out Garry Monk’s side went down 3-1 away to West Ham, a result that was made all the more painful following a red card for Lukasz Fabianski.
The former Gunner misses Sunday’s clash with Gerhard Tremmel set to deputise. Federico Fernandez could be involved after recovering from a calf injury.