We should bash them.
That really should be all the preview that is necessary before the Spurs’s next two matches!
Fulham are really struggling in the league. They have a new manager and no goal scorers! They are second from the bottom of the league and have managed only four wins from their last 21 league matches. The Cottage is no fortress too with Fulham only picking up only 4 points from their last 10 home matches!
Add to that a Spurs team high on confidence after a good game against Manchester United and the smart money would be on an easy win.
Villas-Boas will not make too many changes to the starting 11 from last game and this should give the struggling Soldado another opportunity to regain his goal scoring form. I expect Paulinho to continue in the same role that he impressed everyone as last week. More of the same from everyone in fact would be a pleasant surprise, consistency has not been our forte this season.
Right-back Sascha Riether should return from a three-match suspension as Rene Meulensteen takes over as Fulham manager.
Spurs have won three out of the last four visits to the Cottage and a struggling Fulham reeling from a spate of defeats should be easy prey. As I mentioned earlier, anything less than two wins in the next two matches will be considered a failure.
Let the march to the last four begin!Follow @TrfficTottenham