Spurs’ Under 18 side had a very good game in their last Premier League South match, which was against Aston Villa, last Saturday. And although they lost that match 2-0, Stuart Lewis’ side were arguably the better team during the match. This Saturday they travel to County Berkshire to face a Reading side (the game starts at 11.30 at the Reading’s training ground – Bearwood Park) who are two places above them in the Premier League South, in ninth place in the league. When these two sides met earlier in the season Spurs won 3-2, thanks to a very late winner from Jamie Donley. Spurs should now have most of the players who missed the Aston Villa game last weekend available for Saturdays match, after the recent international break has now come to an end. This was a very interesting game in the reverse fixture, and it should be another interesting game tomorrow. I will be at the game, and I would like to wish the team all the very best of luck for the match.
My predicted lineup: (4-2-3-1) Maguire, Andiyapan, Dorrington, Chaplin, Hackett, Willhoft-King, Abbott, McKnight, Kyerematen (c), Torraj, Williams.
Subs from: Hayton, Linton, Heaps, Owen, Amo-Ameyaw.
Previous meeting: Spurs 3-2.
My score prediction: Spurs 3-2.
My one to watch: Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan. The Reading player has been a regular for their Under 23 side this season, but has also made eight appearances for the Reading Under 18 side, scoring five goals.