Tottenham’s Serge Aurier is injured
The worldwide break hasn’t been variety to Tottenham to this point.
On Friday night time at Wembley, Mauricio Pochettino noticed midfielder Eric Dier go off harm.
Dier has since been launched by the England squad to begin his rehab along with his membership.
It’s unclear whether or not Dier might be match for Tottenham’s match at Liverpool on the finish of the month.
Spurs suffered a second harm blow on Saturday.
Serge Aurier was handed the honour of captaining the Ivory Coast in an African Cup of Nations qualifier in opposition to Rwanda.
The Ivory Coast received the match Three-Zero, nevertheless Aurier went off injured within the first half.
🇨🇮 @Serge_aurier captained Ivory Coast to a Three-Zero victory over Rwanda in as we speak’s #AFCON2019 qualifier. 👏#COYS pic.twitter.com/qsr6luJQU3
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 23, 2019
Aurier & hamstring fears
After 30 minutes of the Rwanda match, Aurier was subbed out the sport.
The Tottenham full-back was changed by Metz midfielder Victorien Angban.
Aurier appeared to suffered a muscle harm within the AFCON qualifier.
There are fears that Aurier pulled a hamstring, which might sideline the Ivorian for 2 to a few weeks.
If Aurier is unavailable in opposition to Liverpool, Pochettino does have various choices.
Kieran Trippier was at all times prone to begin in opposition to the Reds anyhow, whereas Kyle Walker-Peters might function on the bench.
Liverpool vs Tottenham
When the worldwide break involves an finish, Liverpool restart their Premier League title hopes with a match in opposition to Tottenham.
The match is scheduled for Sunday March 31.
Liverpool could possibly be knocked off of first place by the point the Anfield match comes round, whereas Spurs are in a struggle for a prime 4 end.
Tottenham, after gathering one level in 4 video games, are simply 4 factors away from Chelsea in sixth.
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