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Captain Kaboul is likely to be back at the heart of the Spurs defence once more against Fulham.
Surprise, surprise. Save for him picking up any ailment, injury or off-field issue this week, Hugo Lloris will be in goal for Tottenham.
The shape their back-four will take is less certain.
At the time of writing, Spurs had not confirmed the injury status of Michael Dawson or any other recent absentees.
Manager Tim Sherwood told his pre-West Brom press conference—here via the Daily Express' Ben Jefferson—he was "very doubtful if he’ll [Kyle Walker] be fit for next week as well." Meanwhile, PhysioRoom.com has Jan Vertonghen out for another week yet.
Full-back pair Kyle Naughton and Danny Rose are likely to continue on their respective flanks. Both will have to be tighter to those coming at them from out wide in a way neither especially were last week. Naughton is Spurs' only natural option at right-back, however, Rose's inconsistent performances could see his position come under threat from Zeki Fyrers.
Stand-in skipper Younes Kaboul is just about certain to carry on at centre-back.
The Frenchman's loose header played a part in Stephane Sessegnon scoring West Brom's third last week. More positively, Kaboul did show leadership qualities helping to drive his side forward as they sought to get back in the game.
Vlad Chiriches looked less assured individually, and he came off at half-time having been troubled by the movement of the Baggies attack.
Sherwood will probably look to get Chiriches back in alongside Kaboul in the hopes that the two get on the same page this time.
It would not be too surprising, however, to see the versatile Fryers—the Romanian's substitute replacement last week—handed a first Premier League start centrally. The recent success of Harry Kane may have emboldened the Spurs boss to hand the club's youngsters further chances.