Tottenham projected forwards
The one name that has not been mentioned as testing positive for Covid-19 and the one name Conte most needs to get going, Harry Kane is available, however, his running mates are likely to be new.
Left forward – Giovani Lo Celso
After having not featured much under Conte – mostly due to injury – Argentine Giovani Lo Celso finally gets a chance to start under the Italian gaffer. Lo Celso is best in a forward position that asks him to apply pressure in space and then look to attack quickly. Lo Celso has done well in advanced positions for Argentina, it is time to bring that form to his club.
Centre forward – Harry Kane
Fortunately, Harry Kane seems to have escaped the Covid bug to date and should be fit and ready for Liverpool. What Conte and Spurs need, however, is to have Kane firing, his 1 goal thus far in the campaign is certainly a story of the season thus far, particularly given Kane lead the league last season. There is no better time to get back in the goals than against one of the title favorites.
Right forward – Steven Bergwijn
Steven Bergwijn is arguably a better attacker from the left but trying to get both he and Lo Celso playing together means some sacrifices. Like Lo Celso, Bergwijn has barely featured under Conte with both injury and illness playing a part. Rumours are Bergwijn may be on the way out, whether out or in, Stevie needs to perform to get any attention, Sunday is a big chance to do that.