Tottenham’s three-match losing streak came to an end on Sunday when they persevered and drew 3-3 at home against Premier League leaders Manchester City thanks to a late header from Dejan Kulusevski.
Despite the fact that James Maddison, Micky van de Ven, Ivan Perisic, Ryan Sessegnon, and Manor Solomon are still not ready to play again, Postecolou is encouraged by the availability of Cristian Romero, who completed his three-match ban after being dismissed against Chelsea.
West Ham vs. Spurs injury updates
The Hammers, who enter the derby in ninth place in the standings, just six points behind their fierce rivals, always look forward to traveling to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for their “cup final” match of the season.
As per protocol, the Spurs team’s availability to the media is disclosed prior to their matchup with David Moyes’ team.
Pape Matar Sarr will probably be out for the West Ham match, but he should be back in time for Sunday’s match against Newcastle, Postecoglou said on Tottenham’s official X channel.
“It might be a little too soon for him [Pape Matar Sarr] tomorrow, but he should be available for Sunday,” he remarked.
Richarlison might be ready for a few extra minutes, but everyone else, save from the other long-term injuries, made it through the Man City match. Eric Dier is still having trouble with his groin.