Redknapp set to name same side

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is likely to select the same side that beat West Ham in Saturday's match against Birmingham at White Hart Lane.

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Defenders Jonathan Woodgate (hernia) and Michael Dawson (Achilles) are still long term absentees, although Dawson has resumed light training.

Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is likely to be out for another three weeks at least with a groin injury suffered in the 5-1 victory against Hull.

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