Hull City – Tottenham: 21th May 2017
Major troop movements are being prepared at Tottenham. After another second season in the Premier League, Londoners want to strengthen their team with experienced players. The last season of UCL was a disappointment, especially because of the lack of experience at this level at Spurs.
According to Yahoo, Tottenham has already discussed with Dani Alves’s agent, the Brazilian being offered a two-year contract. He still has a year of commitment with Juventus, but the temptation to play in the Premier League for good money could be decisive.
Walker, double salary at Chelsea
Tottenham is preparing for Kyle Walker’s possible departure. England’s best Euro 2016 player, the band’s defender is also transferred to Chelsea, and the Londoners want to fill the gap with the superstars in Barcelona. Kyle Walker’s right-wing defender would receive Chelesa a double salary compared to the one earned on White Hart Lane. Walker’s last match at Spurs will be Hull City on Sunday. Tottenham has an excellent share of victory.
Tottenham has 5 wins and a defeat in the last 6 stages, but has secured 2nd place and probably Pochettino will use more weekend reserves. That may be a good chance for Hull, but victory no longer counts for “tigers” but to record. We may see a “GG” here.
The tour was 3-0 for the Londoners
Tottenham has won 5 of its last 6 straight games, but four of these wins have been won on their own. The only “syncope” was a 1-1 draw and the statistics are not at all friendly with Hull. The tour was 3-0 on “White Hart Lane”, but Hull scored every time in the last three matches played at home against the London team.
10 wins in the last 11 rounds for Spurs
The vice-champion has 10 wins in the last 11 stages and scored at least two goals in 9 of them. Hull has a 3-goal goal, playing decisive relegation matches, with a strong emphasis on the defensive phase. In 5 of the last 6 away games of Spurs scored no more than two goals, but this time it is possible to see a spectacular duel in a match without stake.