Ben Davies made an early return to Tottenham from Wales duty on Sunday amid injury concerns. Now, say football london He has a slight muscle problem which he is hoping to resolve ahead of Sunday’s clash against Newcastle.
Davies, 28, played the full 90 minutes as Wales took a step closer to qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, beating Austria 2-1. Davies received an assist for one of Gareth Bale’s two goals when he controlled a Dan James cross.
But it was Davies who accidentally deflected a Marcel Sabitzer shot into the Wales net. It was confirmed on Sunday that Davies had made an early return to Spurs – Wales meet the Czech Republic on Tuesday.
As it is a friendly, Davies has withdrawn from the squad – but Wales have not confirmed if the defender was injured. Football London‘s Alasdair Gold provided an update Monday morning.
Gold reports Davies is suffering from tightness in the quad but has opted to seek treatment at Spurs – rather than risk the injury against the Czech Republic – in order to be fit for Sunday when Spurs play Newcastle.
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There is a real sense of togetherness at Tottenham at the moment as they move further towards the top four. Spurs can’t afford to slip up and they need their consistent performers in the park – and Davies is one of them.
He was incredibly consistent under Conte, providing stability down the left flank and giving license to either Ryan Sessegnon or Sergio Reguilon to come forward. Having Davies fit is vital for Spurs at the moment.
In other news, Celtic player admits he’s going through ‘difficult’ times under Ange Postecoglou
https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/03/28/report-details-potential-tottenham-boost-ahead-of-newcastle-after-28-year-old-returns-to-spurs-early/ The report details Tottenham’s potential boost ahead of Newcastle after the 28-year-old’s early return to Spurs