Some Spurs clown in this article - http://spursforlife.com/the-season-starts-now-liverpool-beware/ thinks that they are going to get a win on Sunday -
How after not winning any of their last four, he then makes that wild assumption I'm really not sure.
It's Atkinson for our game and I'm fairly sure they don't know who the ref will be for the other game.
Reading your team means, if I am correct.....Hendo, Milner and Gini in midfield?I think we might see Matip keep his place ahead of Lovren and Fabinho (wasn't good at Fulham, went away with Brazil, Hendo has more experience in these games) dropped to the bench for Hendo with Millie starting as well. Matip also got a rest and Lovren looked rusty for Croatia against Hungary, so I think he remains on the bench and gets a chance in one of the next games. The rest pick themselves. Bench would then be Mignolet, Lovren, Fabinho, Keita, Lallana and Origi. Hopefully no new injuries until then.
Hendo has the kind of experience and leadership needed for this match. Bashing him is lazy and too convenient. Keita hasn't show an ability to step up in big matches, and he's also coming off a long layoff.Reading your team means, if I am correct.....Hendo, Milner and Gini in midfield?
Hope not. Fabinho plays in the right direction, he feeds the front 3 when there is a lack of a more creative midfielder. For me its Fabinho and Gini, ideally with Oxlade. Probably a game too early though, so Keita in the forward position. We need to win, and Hendo and Milner together dont provide enough to the front 3.
You qouted my post, and I didnt "bash" Hendo. Because he wouldnt figure in my strongest midfield 3 isnt bashing him. You would have Fabinho, Hendo and Gini as your best 3. No one accuses you of "bashing" Milner because he doesnt feature?Hendo has the kind of experience and leadership needed for this match.