The Cottagers tried to make their central midfield trio count, but ended up being beaten from the flanks, as it finished Spurs 3 Fulham 1 at the Lane.
Both left backs were subject to attacking pressure as the Baggies raced to a 3-0 lead and then we recovered to make it West Brom 3 Spurs 3 at the Hawthorns.
Rather than use a traditional number ten in the middle behind a striker, Tim Sherwood has been favouring a central winger recently.
Swift counter attacks to hit cutting runners in-behind the Red Devils’ defence make it Man Utd 1 Spurs 2 in our Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
The Potters’ weaker inside left channel was ruthlessly exposed, as it finished Spurs 3 Stoke 0 in our Premier League clash at White Hart Lane.
A remarkably open game saw us take three vital Premier League points from attacking the left back zone, as it finished Fulham 1 Spurs 2 at Craven Cottage.
Out of all the debris in our defeat at the Etihad, one thing of note was that we lined up without inverted wingers. Could this signal the end of the system?
Roberto Soldado has struggled to find the net from open play for Spurs, but could Aaron Lennon be the key to get the Spaniard scoring?
Kyle Walker struggled to get the balance right between defence and attack last season, can he cope with a more enhanced role in AVB’s 4-3-3 this term?
Both Aaron Lennon and Andros Townsend have filled the right-sided role in AVB’s 4-3-3 at Spurs this term, but is one more suited than the other?