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Tottenham Injury Update: Good Health Abounds

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Tottenham Hotspur's squad is largely fit ahead of tomorrow's Premier League match against Liverpool.

Jamie McDonald

Good news, everyone! After spending the month of November battling injuries across the squad, Tottenham Hotspur is finally looking healthy. Perhaps the biggest concern coming out of Sunday's victory over West Ham was midfielder Sandro, who left the game with a stomach injury. However, Andre Villas-Boas has confirmed that Sandro is fit for tomorrow's match against Liverpool.

Along with this, the nagging hip injury that has bothered Mousa Dembele seems gone, as the Belgian midfielder looks to make his first league start since October 7th. Further boosting the midfield is the return of Scott Parker to training, as the English international is nearing his return. According to Tottenham Hotspur Manager Andre Villas-Boas, Parker is close to rejoining first team training and could be available for selection in two weeks. Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Younes Kaboul remain long-term injury absences.

The health across the squad makes it interesting to see if AVB will make changes from the side that was so successful against West Ham on the weekend. Emmanuel Adebayor remains suspended from his red card, so we're unlikely to see any changes up top. But it seems very possible Dembele could return as Tom Huddlestone returns to the bench.

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