Premier League - Swansea City vs Tottenham Hotspur - Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Britain - January 2, 2018 Tottenham's Dele Alli celebrates scoring their second goal with Harry Kane Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs
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Mauricio Pochettino does not believe fatigue will be an issue for Tottenham when they face West Ham in Thursday's London derby.An opening goal from former Swansea striker Fernando Llorente that appeared offside and a late strike from Dele Alli made it six victories in seven matches for Tottenham in all competitions.West Ham also played on Tuesday, beating West Brom 2-1, and Pochettino said: "I am not going to complain.Pochettino suggested Harry Kane will be fit to start on Thursday.Spurs lost 3-2 to West Ham back in October in the fourth round of the League Cup, after they had held a 2-0 lead.Pochettino admitted Spurs had gained some good fortune when the officials failed to spot Llorente was in an offside position when he scored the 12th minute opener.
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