Gareth Bale returns for Tottenham's match against Stoke
Premier League team news
Friday 21 December 2012
Gareth Bale has recovered from his hamstring injury and is available for Tottenham's Barclays Premier League game against Stoke tomorrow.
Scott Parker continued his comeback from an Achilles problem with a run-out in the under-21s on Monday and could feature against the Potters while fellow long-term injury victim Benoit Assou-Ekotto (knee) was due to have a test today to see if he is fit enough to play.
Emmanuel Adebayor (hamstring) was also due to face a fitness test. Defender Younes Kaboul (knee) is out but Michael Dawson is fit again after missing the last three games with a hamstring injury.
Provisional squad: Friedel, Lloris, Gomes, Cudicini, Walker, Naughton, Assou-Ekotto, Gallas, Caulker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Lennon, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Bale, Falque, Carroll, Mason, Livermore, Sandro, Huddlestone, Dembele, Parker, Dempsey, Adebayor, Defoe.
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