Wilson Palacios and Tom Huddlestone have been the cornerstone of Spurs' midfield this season and manager Harry Redknapp admitted he is struggling to accommodate all three.
Aaron Lennon and Niko Kranjcar are established in the two wide positions with Luka Modric ready to re-establish himself after injury.
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Redknapp said: 'Two of them [Huddlestone and Jenas] are trying to get in that England squad and Wilson, has been fantastic. I tried playing all three of them against Sunderland with Robbie Keane in behind them but it didn't really work.
'We got away with it without playing very well but there's nothing to say that system wouldn't work another day.'
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