It's time for the Premier League game as Tottenham Hotspur travel to Reebok Stadium on Saturday to face Bolton Wanderers in the 11th week of Premier League matches.

Bolton have enjoyed the best start to their Premiership campaign since 2006, with only one lone loss to Liverpool, coupled with two wins and two draws in their last five games. The Trotters are currently in eleventh place in the table. points, while the Spurs are fifth. .

Their game against Liverpool was very close and Bolton created several scoring opportunities, with Zat Knight, Davies and Holden all but missing. Bolton would also be considered unfortunate if the referee had not answered a penalty when Carragher brought down Lee Chung Yong in the Liverpool box.

Defender Cahill's form on the day will be crucial to Bolton's fortunes against Tottenham, whose attack includes the likes of Van der Vaart, Luca Modric and Gareth Bale. Ironically, Cahill's best testimony comes from Spurs manager Arry Redknapp, who admits his own team's defensive fragility and is reportedly planning to bid for Cahill in the January transfer market.

Redknapp is said to be willing to hand Bolton the £ 15 million to be paid under a clause in Cahill's contract.

Holden is another player Bolton will look to provide the initiative in midfield against Redknapp's charges. Holden has been in great shape this season and his performance in the game against Liverpool was outstanding.

Spurs are coming off a great 3-0 win against champion Inter Milan in the Champions League thanks to a brilliant performance from Gareth Bale. Bale picked up where he left off in the opener against Milan last week, when the Spurs lost 4-3. Gareth Bale's hattrick came in the second half after Milan won 4-0 at halftime. In the last game, Bale participated in all three
goals although none came from his own boot.

Although Manchester United deserved to win in the 10th week of matches, Spurs will regret the missed opportunities in the game for Modric, Van der Vaart and Pavlyuchenko. Bale himself had a typical run beyond United's defense and with Van der Sar at his mercy, he fired off the post. But Jenas and Keane were strangely out of color, and Redknapp will want a better presentation of the
couple on Saturday, against the Trotters.

Heading into Saturday's game, Bolton have good news in Martin Petrov's return to training. Petrov was recovering from a hamstring injury that kept him out of Liverpool's game. Trotters manager Owen Coyle has an embarrassment of options as Petrov will compete with Matt Taylor for a spot in the starting eleven for the Spurs game.

For Bolton, Samuel, Gardner, J O'Brien and Davis will miss Saturday's game through injury, while Tottenham's last injured have Van der Vaart, Corluka, King, Defoe, Dawson, O'Hara and Woodgate.

Bolton had the following players in his starting eleven against Liverpool: Jainghtaskelainen, Steinsson, Knight, Cahill, Robinson, Lee, Holden, Muamba, Taylor, Elmander and Davies, while Klasnic, Moreno and Blake appeared as substitutes.

Tottenham's starting eleven against Manchester United consisted of: Gomes, Hutton, Kaboul, Gallas, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon, Modric, Jenas, Bale, Van der Vaart and Keane. Palacios, Pavlyuchenko, Crouch participated in the action, as substitutes.

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