Tottenham suffer fresh injury blow

Tottenham Hotspur defender Cristian Romero will miss Sunday’s game against Liverpool and could miss the World Cup.

Romero’s injury is a further blow to Antonio Conte’s side, who are missing important players for their weekend game against Liverpool. Argentina international Romero has missed three of Spurs’ last four fixtures with a calf problem. We believe it is a grade 2 injury and his optimal recovery time is not expected to be shorter than 28 days.  With a poor NPF of 27.85 and high IRC of 37.94 there is a high risk of reinjury if he is rushed back to playing.

Conte confirmed earlier this week Son Heung-Min is set to undergo surgery on a fractured eye injury he sustained during Tottenham’s 2-1 victory over Marseille on Tuesday.

A club statement read “We can confirm that Heung-Min Son will undergo surgery to stabilise a fracture around his left eye,” read a club statement on Wednesday evening. “The South Korea international suffered the injury during the first half of Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League victory at Olympique Marseille.

“Following surgery, Son will commence rehabilitation with our medical staff and we shall update supporters further in due course.”

The Italian manager will also be without fellow forwards Dejan Kulusevski and Richarlison for the visit of Jurgen Klopp’s side to north London on Sunday.

Richarlison has not featured since leaving the field against former club Everton last month, with what was later diagnosed as a calf strain. Our algorithm is showing he still another 8 days before he is will be fit to play, his HPF score of 30.91 is still poor and there is a high risk of injury with his IRC at 32.13.


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