'HE IS A GREAT PLAYER'- POCHETTINO BACKS WALKER-PETERS AS READY FOR BARCELONA CHALLENGE

Serge Aurier's injury at Leicester City means the youngster might have to start for Tottenham at right-back versus the Spanish giants

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