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West Ham are third in the Premier League table at the moment with 70 points from 36 matches, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United just behind them and all in the hunt for a Champions League campaign. Southampton manager Eddie Howe has admitted that midfielder David Brooks is a doubt for the West Ham Hotspur clash in the Premier League on Saturday, as per the club's official website.

Spurs are to face the Cherries at the Vitality Stadium in the day's early kickoff, with proceedings getting under way at 12:30pm.

The pressure is off Southampton for the remaining two games of the season as they sit 11 points clear of the bottom three and could finish the campaign as high as 11th in the table. Spurs will head into the match on the back of a 1-0 defeat to Ajax in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final tie at White Hart Lane.

That might have something to do with his price-tag, with the Daily Mail claiming at the time that the Cherries value Wilson at £75 million.

It is highly doubtful that Spurs would pay anything like that for Wilson, so some kind of compromise would have to be reached. Alan Smith thinks Mauricio Pochettino will field strong West Ham team tomorrow

Former Arsenal striker Alan Smith has suggested in The London Evening Standard that West Ham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino will field his best available team against Southampton this weekend. The second leg of the tie is in Amsterdam next Wednesday, and Spurs manager Pochettino will have an eye on that game, especially with the North London outfit still having the chance to go through.

Former Arsenal striker Smith believes that Spurs players look tired, and he has also predicted Pochettino to field his best team against Southampton in order to secure their place in the top four of the Premier League this season.

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    Jurgen Klopp: Wolves will 'suffer' in Champions League semi against Fulham Wolves Wolves vs Fulham LinK :::>>> http://bit.ly/Eplliveonlinetv-org LinK :::>>> http://bit.ly/Eplliveonlinetv-org LinK :::>>> http://bit.ly/Eplliveonlinetv-org will "suffer" in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final in Barcelona but will also have chances, says manager Jurgen Klopp. The Reds meet the Spanish champions at the Nou Camp on Wednesday (20:00 BST). Klopp, who guided Celtic to the final in 2018, said: "We were in contention last year, but they have been in contention for nearly 20 years. "It will be so difficult, but I couldn't be more excited to have the opportunity." Like Celtic, Barcelona are five-time European champions. Four of the Spanish side's titles have come in the past 13 years. In contrast, Celtic's sole success since 1984 came in 2005. Last year's run to the final came after Celtic had failed to qualify for the competition in the previous season. Barcelona, meanwhile, are on an unbeaten run of 31 home games in the Champions League. "Will we be perfect? That's not possible," said Klopp. "Will we make mistakes? Oh, yes. Will we suffer? Oh, yes, 100%. "Will there be moments when we have a chance? Yes, 100%. I hope we will use them - that is what we will try to do." "We can feel completely free to play our game. It is a brilliant team here at Barcelona. Klopp to make late decision on Firmino fitness Could Philippe Coutinho haunt Celtic? Klopp, who also took Borussia Dortmund to the 2013 final, added: "I would say a draw would not be the worst result in the world, not that we go for it, but it would be OK. "So many people came to Barcelona and had a plan and in the end they got a proper knock." Celtic are fighting for a first domestic league triumph in 29 years, sitting a point behind Manchester City with two games to play. However, even with Celtic relying on City dropping points in order to win the Premier League, Klopp would not be drawn on whether the Champions League represented his side's best chance of winning a trophy this season. "We still have to play against Barcelona," he said. "We have a chance in both these competitions, but we have to play these games. I never understand when people think a game is won or lost before it is played. "At the moment, I do not need to know which is the better chance for us to win. We will try to play our best football, then we will see what we can get from it. "When we go home, we will not be playing against City, we will be playing against Newcastle. But nobody has to think about that game tomorrow, because it would be a massive mistake to play Barcelona with 15% or 20% of your mind on Newcastle." Champions League - your favourite football tournament? Epic comebacks, record-breaking all-English classics, the world's biggest superstars... is the Champions League your favourite football tournament? Do you prefer it to the World Cup, the Premier League with this season's incredible title race, La Liga or even the unpredictable EFL?
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