Tottenham Vs Aston Villa Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the dream11 prediction between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa.
Tottenham Hotspur will play their first game of the Premier League season against Aston Villa in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday. The Champions League runners-up are looking for a strong start to the campaign following strong investments in the summer window.
The Whites invited the likes of Giovani Lo Celso, Tanguy Ndombele, and Ryan Sessegnon to their squad, while the promoted side signed as many as 14 players in the hopes of bolstering the ranks. A look from both sides is to emphasize their game with new signings – thereby expected to clinch no lesser than three points.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side enter this game as favourites, whereas Dean Smith’s side will be valorous because neutrals do not fancy them to pluck points off the London club.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR PROBABLE PLAYING 11:
Hugo Lloris, Kyle Walker-Pieters, Toby Alderwiereld, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose, Tanguy Ndombele, Harry Winks, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura, Harry Kane.
ASTON VILLA PROBABLE PLAYING 11:
Tom Heaton, Frederic Guilbert, Bjorn Engels, Tyrone Mings, Matt Targett, Conor Hourihane, John McGinn, Jack Grealish, Anwar El Ghazi, Jota, Wesley Moraes.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR VS ASTON VILLA DREAM11 PREDICTION:
Hugo Lloris: Hugo Lloris will be Spurs guard on Sunday. The French international is a commander inside the box, and could change the game with his spellbinding saves. He is the initiator for Pochettino side’s, who likes to build the attack from the back.
Kyle Walker-Pieters: Kieran Tripper’s transfer to Atletico Madrid, and injuries to Serge Aurier and Juan Foyth means that the young Kyle Walker-Pieters would be told to start from the right defensive flank. He likes to get forward and contribute to the attack. Meanwhile, he produces astute defensive cover to cut down the leakage of goals.
Jan Vertonghen: Jan Vertoghen is the first-choice centre-back for Mauricio Pochettino. The Belgian has a supreme physique and has the pace to stop opponents from having a free run for shots. He can chip in goals from set-pieces too.
Tyrone Mings: A summer acquisition from Bournemouth for 20 million, Mings has a huge role to play under Dean Smith this campaign. He spent a season-long loan at Villa last season – proving his mettle with the Villains already. He is a hard tackler and wins plenty of aerial duels.
Tanguy Ndombele: Tanguy Ndombele will walk into Spurs starting lineup. The midfield had a good pre-season camp under Pochettino and has the ability to change games on his own. He can tackle and score a screamer from thirty yards. Ndombele is an ample replacement for Moussa Dembele, who left the club in January.
Conor Hourihane: Conor Hourihane is a lung-bursting box-to-box midfielder. The Irish makes plenty of tackles and interceptions at one end, while score goals at the other to rile up numbers. Out of 48 appearances last season, he scored 9 and set up 12 in all competitions for Villa.
John McGinn: John McGinn possesses similar traits to Conor Hourihane and has approximate output in the final third also. The former Hibernian midfielder was tracked by big Premier League clubs in summer, but Villa managed to keep him somehow.
Jack Grealish: Aston Villa’s Skipper Jack Grealish is one of the exciting prospects in the Premier League. Still only aged 23, the midfielder is an attacking midfielder, who links the midfield with the attack. He had 6 goals and 8 assists from 35 appearances last season and could play a huge role in the game against Spurs.
Christian Eriksen: After Moussa Sissoko, Christian Eriksen was Spurs best midfielder last campaign. He is the only midfielder to contribute double-figure assists over the last four seasons. The Danish midfielder scored 10 and assisted 17 last season.
Wesley Moraes (VC): Aston Villa broke the bank to land Wesley Moraes from Club Brugge. The striker scored 17 goals last season, but he needs to adapt himself to the Premier League. He’s agile and has the capability to change games on his own. Hence, he’s opted as the vice-captain.
Harry Kane (C): Harry Kane broke August syndrome with three goals last year. The English International struggled to find the back of the net during the first month of the Premier League action, but is eager than never to bounce back after disappointment in Madrid. He’s a prolific striker and one of the best in the business currently.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.