The English Premier League will return this weekend after the completion of International games. Nuno Santos side is most likely to experience imbalance in the squad given that key players will be missing from the weekend fixture.
Son Heung-Min could be out after he picked up an injury while on international duty, which as a result, made him miss out on the game against Lebanon. He was benched as a precaution not to cause further injury. He suffered a calf injury. The other player who will be out and this is a guarantee, are Giovani Lo Celso, Christian Romero and Sanchez Davinson.
The three are in isolation for 10 days as it is a requirement by fifa given that they violated covid 19 rules. Giovani and Romero took part in the game against Brazil that was suspended after a few minutes and as a result, defied club orders. Oliver Skipp also picked an injury during Englands game against Kosovo. The under 21 midfielder suffered a groin injury hence Nuno will be forced to play without him.
Another talented player from Holland who limped out during Holland vs Turkey is Steven Bergwijn. Spurs will have to face Crystal Palace without him.
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