Pablo Hernandez set to miss out for Swansea as they travel to Tottenham

14 December 2012 02:46
Tottenham and Swansea are both looking to bounce back from defeats when they square off at White Hart Lane on Sunday.

Andre Villas-Boas may be tempted to pair Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe once again in attack as Everton only turned last weekend's game around after the latter's withdrawal. Scott Parker is a long-term absentee and remains unavailable for the trip to the Liberty Stadium. Benoit Assou-Ekotto is edging back to fitness but is expected to miss out so Jan Vertonghen will continue at left-back. For Swansea, Pablo Hernandez could miss out again with the thigh injury that saw him withdrawn in the victory over West Brom last month. But there is better news regarding Leon Britton who returned to action against Middlesbrough in midweek after missing the win over Arsenal last weekend. Ashley Williams is also back after suspension, while Michael Laudrup has a decision to make regarding his frontmen with Etey Shechter and Danny Graham both available.

Source: team_talk

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