Three New Formations Tottenham Should Consider Switching To, With Pochettino’s 4-2-3-1 Not Doing The Business

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Roberto Martinez has used variations of this formation in the Premier League with Wigan Athletic and Everton in recent years.

A 3-4-2-1 could really suit Spurs. After all, Pochettino likes his central defenders to split and play wide, so converting to a back three would only be a minor change in that regard.

Mousa Dembele and Etienne Capoue could provide extra defensive protection, with hard-workers Lennon and Danny Rose getting up and down the flanks.

In Eriksen, Paulinho and Adebayor, Spurs would have three genuine goal threats in central positions.

Spurs 3-4-1-2

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