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Lamela returns to Spurs line-up for Leicester clash

Club-record signing Erik Lamela is back for Tottenham's FA Cup fourth-round clash with Leicester.

Lamela is likely to start against Leicester. Credit: PA

The Argentina international has been absent for nearly a month with a calf injury but is in line to feature against the Foxes.

Nacer Chadli remains absent on compassionate grounds, while Nabil Bentaleb is away on international duty with Algeria.

Spurs squad: Lloris, Vorm, Friedel, Walker, Yedlin, Rose, Davies, Dier, Fazio, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Chiriches, Stambouli, Dembele, Paulinho, Capoue, Mason, Eriksen, Lamela, Lennon, Townsend, Soldado, Adebayor, Kane.


Swansea confirm signing of full-back Kyle Naughton from Spurs

Swansea have announced the signing of Tottenham full-back Kyle Naughton, on a three-and-a-half year deal, for an undisclosed fee.

Naughton is likely to receive more first team game time at Swansea. Credit: PA

The sum is believed to be somewhere around £5m for 26 year-old Naughton, who has struggled to force his way into Tottenham's first team under various managers since joining in 2009.

He is expected to make his Premier League debut against Southampton on February 1st, and will return to face Spurs at White Hart Lane on March 4th.

Faulty generator caused Spurs blackout

The Turkish energy minister Taner Yildiz has stepped in to explain why the lights went out twice during Tottenham's Europa League game with Besiktas.

Yildiz blamed the stadium authorities for the power failure at the Ataturk ground for 'not making the proper checks' after there was a fault found in the stadium's generator.

Fans lit up the ground with their mobile phones delivering a quite spectacular light show. Credit: ITV4

The players were plunged into darkness once in the first half, causing a delay of 16 minutes, and again during stoppage time.

The lights went out again during stoppage time. Credit: ITV4

“We monitored the situation from our end and double checked the electric flow to the stadium but there was no problem," said Yildiz.

“This was caused by the stadium authorities not making the proper checks to their equipment."

Spurs lost the game 1-0 but still progressed to the next stage of Europa League.

You can watch highlights of the game here.

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