Tuesday 23 July 2019

Here are the matches Harry Kane could miss for Tottenham - will Ireland's Troy Parrott get his chance?

Talented Irish teenager Troy Parrott
Talented Irish teenager Troy Parrott

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Tottenham forward Harry Kane is set to be sidelined until early March after it was confirmed he had damaged ligaments in his left ankle.

Dubliner Troy Parrott turns 17 on February 2 and he has already trained with the Tottenham first team and travelled with the squad to their Premier League match against Leicester recently. With Kane sidelined and Spurs facing 12 matches between now March 5, boss Mauricio Pochettino may hand the Irishman a squad place.

Here is a look at the potential matches Kane is expected to miss as he gets set for an extensive spell of rehabilitation.

Fulham (away, Premier League, January 20)

Chelsea (away, Carabao Cup semi-final second leg, January 24)

Palace (away, FA Cup fourth round, January 27)

Watford (home, Premier League, January 30)

Newcastle (home, Premier League, February 2)

Leicester (home, Premier League, February 13)

Borussia Dortmund (home, Champions League last 16 first leg, February 13)

Burnley (away, Premier League, February 23 * tbc)

Carabao Cup final (Wembley, February 24 * tbc)

Chelsea (away, Premier League, February 27)

Arsenal (home, Premier League, March 2)

Borussia Dortmund (away, Champions League last 16 second leg, March 5)

* Fixtures subject to change depending on Carabao Cup progress

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