Harry Kane
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Tottenham Hotspur take on Inter Milan in their final pre-season game at the Ullevaal Stadium on Friday (5 August).

Where to watch live

Kick-off is at 4pm BST. Live coverage in the United Kingdom will be available on ITV 4.

Overview

Tottenham are gearing up for their final pre-season game before the start of the Premier League campaign in mid August. Mauricio Pochettino's team are playing just three games in the off-season and have lost the first two against Juventus and Atletico Madrid, which were played during their tour of Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The Argentine manager will be keen to avoid three defeats in a row before the start of the season and is likely to play a more experienced side against the Serie A outfit. Spurs will have the services of Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Kyle Walker after the Three Lions stars were given an extended break and allowed to skip the club's pre-season tour of Australia. The quartet are likely to feature at some point during the game, as they seek to get match fit ahead of their opening Premier League clash against Everton on 13 August.

Inter Milan, on the other hand, have been part of six pre-season friendlies already, but have tasted success in just one of those games. Their sole victory came against MLS side Real Salt Lake, while they have drawn two and lost the other three games. Their previous clash was against Bayern Munich in North Carolina, which they lost 4-1.

Roberto Mancini's side play two more friendlies following their clash against Tottenham, as the Serie A season only begins on 20 August. The Italian manager will be keen to win a few of the games before the campaign begins in earnest against Chievo on 21 August.

Prediction

  • Tottenham to win

Team News

Tottenham

Possible XI: Vorm – Yedlin, Alderweireld, Walkes, Trippier – Wanyama, Dier – Eriksen, Lamela, Dier – Janssen.

Inter Milan

Possible XI: Handanovic – Erkin, Miranda, Ranocchia, D'Ambrosio – Nagatomo, Kondogbia, Felipe Melo, Biabiany – Palacio, Icardi.