Who Should Tottenham Play Up Front?
Blessed with one of the finest striking lineups in the division, it is a surprise to see Tottenham Hotspur where they currently are in the table. The trio of Robbie Keane, Dmitar Berbatov and Jermain Defoe scored more than sixty goals between them last year, and with the arrival of goal poacher Darren Bent from Charlton it seemed as if they could only score more. Tottenham have struggled however, currently sitting fourth from bottom in the Premiership after recently being beaten by hated London rivals Arsenal; the promise of dozens of goals to come from this strike-force has barely started to be fulfilled. Tottenham Hotspur has netted nine goals in their six games which on first look seems like a decent statistic. If you examine the games they scored them in however, four of those goals came against a mediocre Derby County side- meaning that Tottenham have averaged a goal a game in the rest. That would be adequate if their defense was on form; however as shown they have shot themselves