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Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric will be out for around two weeks after having his appendix removed.

Redknapp plans to gamble on Woodgate recall

Jonathan Woodgate could make his return from injury tonight in a move Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has described as a "massive gamble". The centre-half has not played since November 2009 but the unavailability of other centre-backs for Spurs' game at Blackburn Rovers may force Redknapp to select him.

O'Hara denies West Ham loan deal

Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara insists he has not held talks with West Ham over a loan move but admits he may have to leave White Hart Lane in order to gain first-team football.

Avram Grant focuses on Premier League survival

Avram Grant will not let dreams of leading West Ham out at Wembley or speculation over his own future distract from the job in hand of keeping the Irons in the Barclays Premier League.

How far can the Redknapp plan of attack take Tottenham?

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