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What Is Tottenham’s Strongest XI

 After seven games in the Premier League this season, Andre Villas-Boas has had a mixed bag. But here is what I consider his strongest 11. What do you think?

Hugo Lloris – GK

The Frenchman sits on the edge of his box and waits to pounce on any stray balls and is a brilliant shot-stopper. By far the club’s number 1.

 Kyle Walker – RB

The England international is a rapid, strong full-back who loves to get forward, but is questionable in his positioning, Still first choice.

Jan Vertonghen – CB

The Belgian has established himself as number one choice at White Hart Lane with some brilliant performances.

Michael Dawson – CB

A bit shaky, Dawson has found himself in the side because of injury to Younes Kaboul and Chiriches.

Danny Rose – LB

With Benoit Assou-Ekotto on loan at Queens Park Rangers  it has left Rose to occupy the left-back berth.

Sandro – CM

The Brazilian has displayed just how capable he really is over the last year and if it wasn’t for injury he would have excelled even further.

Etienne Capoue – CM

The Frenchman is currently sidelined, but proved to be a brilliant acquisition before he was injured in the north Lond derby.

Paulinho – CM

The Brazilian is energetic, determined and can both tackle and play through balls.

Andros Townsend – RM

Townsend has sparkled on the wings for Spurs and England and is one of the most promising youngsters in Europe.

Christian Eriksen – LM

Although he’s at his best in the central positions, the Denmark international is capable of playing in the wider areas.

Roberto Soldado – ST

The Spaniard has a natural ability in front of goal – the composure, the awareness and the finishing attributes of a top, top striker.