Will Tottenham be suffering from a hangover?

TAGs: liverpool, Premier League, Soccer, Tottenham Hotspur

tottenham-champions-league-hangoverIf Tottenham Hotspur has played a game in midweek, it usually means that they can use the excuse that they have the “Champions League Hangover.” Whether that actually means a real hangover or if it can reach the level of an iGaming industry hangover we will never know. It’s something they may try to get away with using tomorrow afternoon though.

Liverpool are visitors to White Hart Lane this weekend, which is the pick of the games that will be taking place in the Premier League. Without captain marvel Steven Gerrard the reds may find it difficult, they can go fifth with a win and results going their way though.

Other games involving one of the “top four” take us to Villa Park, where the visitors are “crisis” club Arsenal. Still being in with a chance of taking an unprecedented quadruple the term crisis should be met with a massive amount of skepticism, but that’s obviously what losing to your nearest rivals does to the club.

Chelsea makes the long trip to the footballer’s fight club up on Tyneside. Unfortunately, the crowd will not be treated to a good old-fashioned slobber-knocker as the main protagonists (Fabricio Coloccini, Mike Williamson, and Joey Barton) are all suspended and won’t be taking part. You were luckily Didier Drogba. Very lucky!


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