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Spurs star not fit to face QPR, while Cisse only on the bench for Rangers

16:52 21 April 2012

Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes

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Line-ups: QPR v Tottenham

Emmanuel Adebayor was not even named on the subs bench with Jermain Defoe given a start against QPR, while Djibril Cisse is only a substitute for Rangers.

The Rs forward had been missing due to suspension, while it seems Adebayor is out with an injury.

Adam Smith could make his first team debut for Spurs after being named on the bench.

Tottenham: Friedel, Walker, King, Gallas, Assou-Ekotto, Parker, Sandro, Van der Vaart, Modric, Bale, Defoe.

Substitutes: Cudicini, Lennon, Giovani, Rose, Livermore, Khumalo, Smith.

QPR: Kenny, Diakite, Hill, Derry, Taarabt, Mackie, Barton, Taiwo, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Zamora

Substitutes: Cerny, Gabbidon, Traore, Buzsaky, Helguson, Cisse, Wright-Phillips.

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