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Kane's comeback


Spurs striker Harry Kane

Spurs striker Harry Kane

Spurs striker Harry Kane

Harry Kane has recovered from his ankle injury and could even start Tottenham's Premier League clash with Watford today.

The England striker has missed Spurs' last three matches but is back in full training with boss Mauricio Pochettino expecting him to feature against the Hornets.

Kane has already hit 19 league goals this term, with Pochettino admitting the England striker's return to fitness will boost second-placed Spurs' fight to catch runaway Premier League leaders Chelsea.

"Harry's had a few sessions before, and today he was involved with the team," Pochettino said.

"And we'll see whether he will start the game or be on the bench. But it's good news that he's ready. He feels good for his recovery.

"It's very good news for him and for us. He's an important player for us, and for him to be available for us is great.

"We are happy, he's ready, maybe normally after one month out you need to feel the competition. But he's a special player."