Tottenham Hotspur Projected XI for Wolfsberger in Europa League

Tottenham, Jose Mourinho (Photo by Ronny Hartmann / AFP) (Photo by RONNY HARTMANN/AFP via Getty Images)
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Tottenham, Gareth Bale
Tottenham Hotspur’s Welsh striker Gareth Bale reacts during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on February 13, 2021. (Photo by TIM KEETON/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) /

Tottenham Starting Attack

Tottenham are going to finally deploy the line fans have been waiting for since the summer with Son, Kane, and Bale all taking the field together. While none of the three are exactly on form right now, they do give Spurs the most likely chance to do something special on the evening.

Heung-Min Son – Left Wing

Heung-Min Son has not been great of late, struggling at times in front of goal and with the ball. Like the rest of the team, Son seems to have lost some of the confidence that was driving him earlier in the season as he was scoring at will. Maybe an opportunity to get right in Europa League is what Son and the entire team needs.

Harry Kane – Striker

While we would love to see Carlos Vinicius continue to get an opportunity to prove he either does or does not belong at Tottenham next season, the reality is, we are more likely to see Harry Kane. When healthy, which Kane is again, Harry Kane plays the lion share of the minutes and in what is more or less a must win, Kane gets the nod.

Gareth Bale – Right Wing

Gareth Bale earned himself a few more minutes and a legitimate look after showing a few things against Manchester City. While Bale did nothing great – he did show some kick footwork and an ability to get a shot off against a locked in defense. Given Spurs struggles creating against a set defense, maybe a player that can create his own shot is exactly what Tottenham need.