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Team News: The latest Tottenham injury news ahead of the clash against NS Mura

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Latest Tottenham Hotspur injury news ahead of the UEFA Conference League clash vs NS Mura

Speaking in the pre-match press conference (h/t Football.London), Antonio Conte has given the latest injury news on Tottenham Hotspur as they prepare to face NS Mura in the UEFA Conference League.

Spurs come into this game knowing full well that they need a win in their aim to qualify for the next round. They are currently in second place with seven points from four matches, whereas their opponents are yet to gain a single point in the group.

However, Tottenham faces heavy competition from Vitesse Arnhem, who are in third with a one-point deficit. They will take on the group leaders, Stade Rennes, who are ahead of us by three points.

Romero got injured during the international break.

The North London club will miss some key figures as they travel to face Mura. Conte has revealed that Cristian Romero is out for the game following the serious injury he picked up while on international duty. Giovani Lo Celso and Dane Scarlett are also out of contention for the game.

Romero got injured in the second half for Argentina in the 0-0 draw against Brazil. Lo Celso also picked up an issue during the November Qualifiers for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Scarlett meanwhile is suffering from an ankle issue that has sidelined him for the match.

Dane Scarlett in action for Spurs. (GETTY Images)

The injury blow to the Argentine defender would be concerning as he has instantly slotted into the team following his arrival. He was also impressive for his national side, and he was starting to become a rock at the back for the team.

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Lo Celso will also be disappointed by his situation as he was starting to show a spark under the Italian. His brief spell against Everton brought some energy into the team and was inches away from giving them the three points.

Spurs should have enough in their tank to secure all three points on the night. Anything less would be seen as a lost opportunity.

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