Tottenham v Bournemouth: 3 Key Battles That Will Decide The Match

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Kane v Cook

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Having returned from injury off the bench last weekend, Harry Kane is set to return to Spurs’ starting line-up for the visit of Bournemouth on Saturday and that’s bad news for Cherries defender Steve Cook- who’ll have a tough task keeping the striker quiet.

With 19 goals in the Premier League, and eight goals across four games in all competitions before his untimely injury, Kane is one of the best striker’s in the division and Cook’s performance this weekend will have to be inch-perfect if he’s to win this battle.

A betting man would certainly put money on Kane to score, especially as Bournemouth have conceded 59 goals this season- a number that only Hull City and Swansea City can beat.

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