Tottenham projected attack
Without Steven Bergwijn available, unless Conte opts to go with five in the midfield, it seems like we know who the three frontmen will be for Tottenham Hotspur against Chelsea.
Left-forward – Heung-min Son
Fresh off yet another Asian Player of the Year award we should expect Heung-min Son to be firing on all cylinders for Chelsea. His ball into Sanchez for the win against Watford was impeccable, although a few more of those kinds of balls off of corner kicks would be nice too.
Centre-forward – Harry Kane
No Romelo Lukaku is not switching teams and playing for Spurs on Wednesday, instead, Spurs will have to settle for the best striker in England. Kane looked to be hitting his stride but he had a bad miss – for him – on Saturday alone one-on-one with the keeper at the top of the box. The worst part was Kane’s shot was not even saved, it simply did not hit the target. For Spurs to win consistently and to do it on Wednesday at Chelsea, Kane needs to be on form.
Right-forward – Lucas Moura
Lucas Moura has come back to Earth just a bit from his incredible day in the 3-0 win over Crystal Palace. Against Watford, Moura struggled to find space as the Hornets sat so deep there was no way to get behind them defensively. However, against Chelsea, we should expect a different approach from the opposition, meaning Lucas will have some space, the question is can he leverage it, we are thinking he can.