Michael Owen states his prediction for West Brom v Tottenham

Posted May 06, 2018

The striker is now on 27 goals and is four behind Salah who has one less game than Kane, but has a tougher run of games, as Liverpool face Chelsea, who hold faint Champions League hopes and an inform Brighton and Hove Albion side, whilst Kane has Newcastle United, who have nothing left to play for and the same with Leicester City.

Trippier is said to have been suffering from a knock but completed the full 90 minutes at Wembley against the Hornets, and will be looking to keep Serge Aurier out of the side after rotating with the Ivory Coast global throughout the campaign. Both them and Chelsea have three games remaining in the league, and a top four position is well up for grabs.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is pleased that the Premier League's top four teams are guaranteed a Champions League group stage spot next season following Arsenal's Europa League exit on Thursday.

"I am very disappointed because we lost the game".

West Brom were effectively a Championship when Moore took over but he wasn't going down without a fight, no sir.

Crucially, he produced a spectacular stop in the dying seconds after Livermore had scored to keep alive West Brom's dream of pulling off what would be a great escape.

"If it's not possible tomorrow then for sure he'll be available for Wednesday and the weekend". Kieran Trippier and Ben Davies should be the full-backs bombing up and down their respective flanks, looking to set up a large chunk of the chances for Harry Kane. The Baggies enter Saturday's match on a four-game unbeaten streak.

Albion were running out of time but Kane nearly scored a spectacular own goal when Lloris turned his sliced clearance over with 17 minutes left.

Hustling for a win. The biggest game of his West Brom career so far, as the Baggies look to avoid the drop. The last five fixtures have seen Darren Moore's side beat Manchester United, Newcastle and Spurs while drawing against Liverpool and Swansea.

The Potters enjoyed a relentless run of mid-table finishes during their decade in the top-flight and there was little reason to doubt their ability to repeat this season, so much so that they were backed at a high of [16.0] to go down.

It should be another close game between the two sides on Saturday, with the hosts keeping an organised defensive front.