Spurs under 18’s versus Fulham: (match preview)

Spurs under 18’s versus Fulham: (match preview)

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Our under 18’s 2019/20 season gets underway tomorrow morning when new head coach Matt Taylor takes his side across London to face Fulham, at their Motspur Park training ground for league game number one. Fulham finished last season in ninth place in the Premier League South however, Colin Omogbehin’s side will be hoping to build on that this term with a number of talented first years scholars included in this years intake. Players of which include forwards Fabio Carvalho and Ollie O’Neill. In addition second year scholars Terry Ablade and Jean-Pierre Tiehi are also attacking players to look out for tomorrow morning. Matt Taylor’s first game in charge of the lads is a tough one and last season we failed to beat Fulham at Motspur Park. The ‘ Cottagers ‘ have in recent seasons been a very well structured side at this level and I’m expecting another tough test tomorrow morning. Our new academy intake still hasn’t been announced by the club but using Wikipedia I have managed to do a predicted line up for tomorrow’s game. I shall be reporting on the match and my in-depth match report will be out on Sunday afternoon. COYS!

My predicted lineup: (4-2-3-1) Kurylowicz, Cesay, Muir, Binks (c), Lusala, John, Matthew Craig, Whittaker, Pedder, Cooper, Asante. 

Subs from: Lo-Tutala, Kyezu, Michael Craig, Mundle, Carrington-Alberdi.

Injured/unavailable: N/A.

Doubtful: Malachi Walcott, J’Neil Bennett. 

My score prediction: Spurs 3-1.

Previous meeting: Spurs 4-0.

My one to watch: The ‘ Cottagers ‘ 16 year old forward Fabio Carvalho who scored eight league goals for Colin Omogbehin’s side last season.

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