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Jose Mourinho rules Dele Alli from Tottenham’s Premier League clash with Bournemouth

Jose Mourinho rules Dele Alli from Tottenham’s Premier League clash with Bournemouth, but maintains his hamstring injury is ‘minor’

  • Tottenham will face Bournemouth in the Premier League on Thursday evening
  • Spurs will be without English international Dele Alli for a trip to Vitality Stadium
  • Jose Mourinho has admitted that Alli is offside with a hamstring injury
  • However, the Spurs manager has reassured fans that the problem is minor

Dele Alli misses Tottenham’s clash against Bournemouth with a hamstring injury, but Jose Mourinho has reassured fans that the problem is minor.

Alli was also ruled out of Tottenham’s win over Everton on Monday-evening, with the England international suffering a hamstring injury during pre-game training.

But Mourinho maintains that the injury is only ‘minor’ and, as a precaution, misses Thursday’s collision at the Vitality Stadium.

Dele Alli does not play a role in the trip from Tottenham to Bournemouth on Thursday evening

Dele Alli does not play a role in the trip from Tottenham to Bournemouth on Thursday evening

Jose Mourinho confirmed that Alli will miss Thursday's clash with a 'minor' hamstring injury

Jose Mourinho confirmed that Alli will miss Thursday's clash with a 'minor' hamstring injury

Jose Mourinho confirmed that Alli will miss Thursday’s clash with a ‘minor’ hamstring injury

When asked about Alli’s injury situation during his pre-game press conference, Mourinho replied, “Small but not ready for tomorrow.

“We know he had a bit of a sad history of hamstrings last season, I think, so it’s careful and not too risky if you know he has a little problem there. So out tomorrow. ‘

Fans of Mourinho and Tottenham hope Alli will be back in time for their crunch in North London Derby with neighbors Arsenal on Sunday.

Both Tottenham and Arsenal have endured tough seasons in the Premier League, and Sunday’s clash could go a long way in deciding whether any of the European spots will make it to the end of the campaign.

Awaiting Thursday’s visit to Bournemouth, Tottenham are currently on seventh place behind their arch-rivals Arsenal – who have played another game.

After their game against Bournemouth, the North London Derby lies before Tottenham

After their game against Bournemouth, the North London Derby lies before Tottenham

After their game against Bournemouth, the North London Derby lies before Tottenham

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