Tottenham should start Walker-Peters against Wimbledon

Kyle Walker-Peters of England U21's during a training session at St Georges Park on November 8, 2017 in Burton-upon-Trent, England.

Kyle Walker-Peters is hardly getting a look in at Tottenham.

Kyle Walker-Peters of Tottenham Hotspur and Minas Antoniou of Apoel FC during the UEFA Champions League group H match between Tottenham Hotspur and APOEL Nicosia at Wembley Stadium on...

Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker-Peters has been unable to rise above duo Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier on the right side of defence this season.

The 20-year-old has been afforded just two Premier League appearances all season, making his debut against Newcastle on the opening day of the season as well as a cameo role against Huddersfield - totalling 98 minutes.

But with League One strugglers AFC Wimbledon the visitors on Sunday afternoon, surely he is in line for a start as Mauricio Pochettino is expected to shake the deck following games on Tuesday and Thursday.

Mauricio Pochettino, manager of Tottenham Hotspur and Kyle Walker-Peters of Tottenham Hotspur during a Tottenham Hotspur training session ahead of their UEFA Champions League Group H match...

Spurs played Swansea City on Tuesday night, where former Burnley ace Trippier played at right-back before Pochettino chopped and changed by bringing Ivory Coast international Serge Aurier into the side to face West Ham.

With limited game time, Walker-Peters has been unable to show what he is capable of doing to Pochettino, or indeed any other interested sides as the England youth international could be considering a loan move.

Kyle Walker-Peters of Tottenham Hotspur and Adam Hammill of Barnsley during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Tottenham Hotspur and Barnsley at Wembley Stadium on September 19,...

Firmly planted as Spurs' third-choice right-back, a loan move would benefit the Spurs academy graduate and the Sun claimed back in November that Premier League side Swansea were looking at a loan move for Walker-Peters.

It means that Walker-Peters must be given the chance to show what he can do, in order to rest both Trippier and Aurier and give Swansea or any interested parties a taste of what he could bring to their squad ahead of a potential January move.

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