The young Frenchman was superb against Palace last weekend, and should be given another opportunity from the start…
GK) Hugo Lloris
Lloris is a guaranteed starter for Spurs, and many actually rate him as the best keeper in the Premier League. He kept a clean sheet last time out against Palace, which included an horrific penalty miss from Jason Puncheon.
DR) Kyle Walker
Walker is doubtful for the trip to Wales, but is expected to pass a late fitness, and be ready for the Swansea match. Walker has been a virtual ever present for Tottenham this year, although Kyle Naughton could line up instead if Walker isn’t quite ready.
DC) Vlad Chiriches
Chiriches is excellent with the ball at his feet, and has the ability to carry the ball out of defence and link play with the midfield. Swansea have the powerful Wilfried Bony up top, and Chiriches will have to be careful not to leave the Ivorian any space when he ventures forward.