Alli, Lloris to miss Liverpool match

France captain Hugo Lloris given 20-month driving ban over drink-driving case

Alli, Lloris to miss Liverpool match

Speaking at his prematch news conference, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said Alli had a hamstring problem while Lloris could be out for several weeks with a thigh injury.

Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris pleaded guilty to a drink-driving charge and received a 20-month driving ban.

Michel Vorm will continue in goal as a result of Lloris' absence-and the French goalkeeper is also under-fire after being sentenced due to a drink-driving incident. I made a mistake.

"A lot of people watch our games when we pay Champions League and that's our job that we do the best we can do in these games". He's the first, he told me, "Gaffer it's a massive lesson for me".

"He knows only too well that it shouldn't happen, but it happened and it's not going to change what I think about him and the Hugo Lloris that I've always known", said Deschamps.

"We are disappointed because we are going to miss him for this game and maybe against Inter in the Champions League".

Pochettino men hoping to bounce back from 2-1 defeat in week four of Premier League before the worldwide break.

At least Son Heung-min is available again after helping South Korea win the Asian Games, which means he will be excused military service.

But boss Mauricio Pochettino will confirm today that the World Cup victor will retain the armband ahead of Saturday's clash with Liverpool. He was not that good in that game but I said after the game, I could have changed five or six other players but I made a decision to do that; he didn't like it obviously but it helped our relationship as well. We're focusing on different things, like we were talking about before. We know that it's not a situation that worries us.

Toby Alderweireld appears to have forced his way back in to Pochettino's side so the Belgian worldwide should keep his place alongside compatriot Jan Vertonghen while youngster Davinson Sanchez could get another start at the back.

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