Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane to play in Real Madrid clash

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is expected to take part in the upcoming Champions League match against Real Madrid, the English football club's manager said on Tuesday.

Spurs are third in the Premier League, eight points behind leaders Manchester City and level with Real at the top of their Champions League pool.

I would think Harry Kane would be very keen to play this but I would think it would be one hell of a risk. My feeling is good.

The injury to Wanyama could potentially allow youngster Harry Winks to enjoy more opportunities in the first team, having already earned plenty of plaudits in Wanyama's absence, which included a sterling performance during Tottenham's 1-1 draw with Real Madrid at the Bernabeu, last week.

Chelsea did get a great result at Atletico Madrid and are a better counter-attacking side than at dominating games, so I can't split them again.

However, Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski being ruled out is a leveller and it says it all that we're scratching around to work out who will lead the line.

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Pochettino said in a press conference: "Of course it's a game where you have to be courageous". "We always want to win and show that we can manage the pressure. We need to assess him tomorrow and after tomorrow and then take a decision".

Unfortunately for Spurs, things did not go according to plan, with a late Anthony Martial goal condemning them to defeat.

"The players know where they are". It's not just me saying that, the results speak for themselves.

Asked if they could win without him, he said: "Yeah, definitely". Nothing changes in our mind or in our approach so we give everything and try to win the game.

Ronaldo and Kane: "They are two incredible players".

"I don't think it's more hard to attack three defenders". We're not sure how big the crowd will be and Wembley represents a lot in football but what is more important is that we're going to see two good sides and that's great for the fans.

  • Lawrence Cooper