Manor Solomon, Richarlison and Sarr: Full Tottenham injury list and latest return dates ahead of Aston Villa

The Tottenham medical room ahead of their crucial Premier League game against Aston Villa.

Tottenham will travel to Villa Park this weekend knowing a defeat could end their aim of securing Champions League football next season. The Lilywhites lost at home to Wolves the other weekend, before coming from behind to beat Crystal Palace last Sunday.

Timo Werner, Cristian Romero and Son Heung-min all got on the score sheet to cancel out Eberechi Eze's wonderfully struck free kick in the first half. Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou admitted his team could have played better and they will need to, if they are to catch the in-form Villa, especially at home.

But they will also need to recover players, Destiny Udogie who missed the Wolves game was back against the Eagles at home and made a massive difference with his energy and passion. But there are doubts over the fitness of energetic midfielder Pape Matar Sarr and full-back Pedro Porro.

There also remains confusion over just how long Richarlison could be sidelined amid suggestions he could be in the squad at Villa Park. Postecoglou said when asked about his Brazilian forward: "Two to three weeks out."

Spurs have worked their way into a great position where they are still fighting for a spot in Europe, doing so while playing some brilliant football along the way but without some of the starters they could struggle in the midlands.

So here is the list of players who are nursing injuries and their potential return dates ahead of this weekend's pivotal Premier League clash.