Premier League: How Tottenham Hotspur Will Line Up Against West Bromwich Albion

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Premier League: How Tottenham Hotspur Will Line Up Against West Bromwich Albion
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Christian Eriksen put in another standout performance for Spurs against Sunderland. His manager Tim Sherwood will be hoping for more of the same versus West Brom.

Tottenham Hotspur take on West Bromwich Albion this Saturday looking to win their first away game since mid-February.

Good form on the road—29 points from 16 Premier League matches—has played a big part in their healthy, if not totally satisfactory, league position of sixth.

However, since beating Newcastle United 4-0, Tim Sherwood's side have endured miserable trips home from Norwich City, Chelsea and Liverpool after disappointing losses.

Spurs will be looking to finish the season strongly with a top-four finish still mathematically possible. With this in mind, the Canaries defeat in particular will serve as a reminder not to take the relegation-battling Baggies lightly this weekend.

At the time of writing, team news had not officially been confirmed by Spurs. Save for any injuries since Monday's win over Sunderland, though, Sherwood may field a largely unchanged side anyway.

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