Redknapp issues Parker warning
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has revealed midfielder Scott Parker faces a race to be fit in time for Euro 2012.
The midfielder hasn't featured in Spurs' last three games and will miss the visit of Fulham on Sunday with an Achilles problem. Spurs need to beat the Cottagers to guarantee a top four finish and punters may wish to use their free bet to back the White Hart Lane side, despite Parker's absence. Redknapp has revealed the midfielder could miss England's pre-tournament training camp ahead of Euro 2012, although he should be available for the tournament itself if, as expected, he is selected by boss Roy Hodgson. Redknapp told reporters: "He's had a problem with his Achilles, I hope it's not going to get worse. It isn't getting any better. It's a long-term concern. "The way he is at the moment, he is struggling for fitness. It's not a rupture but it is sore. It is bothering him. "After tomorrow he will have some injections in it and we'll see if that can clear it up. "He's been carrying it a few weeks. Maybe the only cure is a bit of rest but maybe the injections might clear it up. "The specialist thinks it will clear up but it will need 10 days' rest afterwards."