Tottenham Hotspur are aiming to pick up their first win in three matches following a slight blip.
Spurs have suffered back-to-back defeats against Manchester United and Newcastle, whilst they were also held to a draw with Sporting CP during midweek.
Antonio Conte’s men were denied a late winner against the Portuguese side with VAR calling Harry Kane’s 95th-minute goal offside.
The Italian will be hoping that his team can now take out their frustrations on Bournemouth this weekend.
Ahead of the clash, 101 Great Goals takes a look at the north London club’s team news...
Tottenham predicted line-up vs Bournemouth
Tottenham will once again be without Richarlison who is struggling with a calf injury.
At the time, the worst was feared for the Brazilian but the injury does not appear to be serious.
He is expected to be back soon and available for the World Cup.
Dejan Kulusveski also remains sidelined for Saturday’s match.
Having both forwards missing is a big blow for Spurs as Conte now has limited options off the bench.
The Swede’s return date is currently unknown although it is now looking likely that he’ll be back after the World Cup.
He had returned to training, however, he suffered a setback in his recovery.
The 22-year-old was very animated on the touchline against Sporting but was also moving very gingerly.
Bryan Gil could be handed his first Premier League start, nearly 18 months after his arrival at the club.
The Spaniard has made several impressive cameos off the bench and with Kulusevski and Richarlison out, this could be his moment.
Gil came off the bench and changed the game for Spurs on Wednesday.
He is vying with Lucas Moura for the right-wing spot.
Matt Doherty or Emerson Royal?
With Djed Spence totally out of favour, it appears to be between Matt Doherty and Emerson Royal for the right wing-back spot.
Conte has tended to opt for the Brazilian more often than not and with Doherty having started on Wednesday, he may decide to rotate and select Emerson.
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