Harry Kane and his two teammates might face disciplinary risks ahead of Arsenal and Man City
Three of Antonio Conte’s Tottenham players need to tread carefully over the approaching games in front of the endpoint for five yellow cards
Harry Kane will walk the disciplinary tightrope over the happy period as he is one yellow card away from a one-match suspension. Getting back to Premier League activity on Boxing Day away at Brentford, Antonio Conte’s Spikes team likewise face games against Aston Estate on New Year’s prior day visiting Crystal Palace three days.
An essential period for the Lilywhites as they hope to assemble serious areas of strength for an and guarantee they stay in the main four, Conte will require each of his players accessible for the impending matches. He will be without Rodrigo Bentancur at Brentford on Monday noon, be that as it may.
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Albeit the Uruguayan is at present uninvolved because of an adductor muscle injury in his right leg, the midfielder would have missed the Brentford game at any rate as he got his fifth yellow card of the time in their last league match against Leeds United, consequently procuring him a one-match suspension all the while.
As affirmed by the FA in their ‘Data for Players on Disciplinary Strategies’ 2022-23 season guide toward the start of the mission, any player who aggregates five appointments before the endpoint of 19 matches should serve a programmed one-match boycott. Tottenham have played 15 Premier League games up until this point this season, with the north London derby against Arsenal on Sunday, January 15 set to be their nineteenth league match.
Kane should proceed cautiously over the approaching games as another yellow card will see him get a one-match suspension. On the off chance that he maintains a strategic distance from a wariness against Brentford and Aston Manor yet gets one away at Gem Royal residence toward the beginning of January, the Britain captain will tragically need to pass on the Arsenal standoff as yellow cards don’t extend to the FA Cup.
Assuming that the striker maintains a strategic distance from yellow cards in Tottenham’s next three league games however is checked against Arsenal, he would then pass up a great opportunity away at Man City, giving obviously that either of the sides don’t have to play a FA Cup third round replay that week and the league structure stays on Thursday, January 19 as expected.
Kane is the main Tottenham player on four positions as thing stand, with Yves Bissouma and Ryan Sessegnon following on three charges. The triplet are unquestionably must tread carefully throughout the following couple of weeks with a one-match boycott a real chance.