Tottenham midfielder Sandro passed fit for Liverpool game
Premier League team news
Tuesday 27 November 2012
Tottenham midfielder Sandro has been passed fit for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League game against Liverpool despite being carried off on a stretcher with a stomach injury against West Ham.
Mousa Dembele may start his first game in over a month after overcoming a hip problem, but Emmanuel Adebayor is suspended.
Scott Parker (Achilles), Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Younes Kaboul (both knee) remain sidelined.
Provisional squad: Friedel, Lloris, Gomes, Cudicini, Walker, Naughton, Gallas, Caulker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Lennon, Sigurdsson, Townsend, Falque, Carroll, Mason, Livermore, Sandro, Huddlestone, Dembele, Bale, Dempsey, Defoe.
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