Tottenham were held to a 1-1 draw with West Brom on Saturday at Wembley, with Harry Kane coming to Spurs' rescue with a 74th-minute equaliser.
Just like last weekend against Arsenal, the Lilywhites looked nowhere near their best going forward and part of the reason for that is perhaps Davies's and Trippier's lack of positive contribution in the final third.
Trippier, according to Opta, managed five successful crosses from 15 attempts, while the Welshman completed zero from nine attempts.
Davies was given the nod ahead of fit-again Danny Rose, who was omitted from the Premier League squad again despite a good 90 minutes away to Borussia Dortmund in midweek, while Trippier was preferred to summer signing Serge Aurier.
However, Tottenham fans on Twitter made it abundantly clear that they weren't happy with either of the two at Wembley on Saturday.
We sold the best right back in the prem to one Manc club to help them win the league I hope we aren’t going to sell the best left back, painful watching Davies and Trippier today— Andy-THFC/MB20 (@andynolanmb20) November 25, 2017
People on tl slating trippier he was good today— Harry (@TuveyTHFC) November 25, 2017
Na I’m sick to death of Eriksen Dier Trippier Davies— Cem (@CemTHFCOzerk) November 25, 2017
Davies and Trippier are like playing with 9 men— Hamid (@HamidTHFC) November 25, 2017
Get Trippier off the pitch and we might just win— Travis (@Travis_THFC) November 25, 2017
Neither Davies or Trippier would get in another top side.— Spursy (@CarnoustieC) November 26, 2017
Dele Alli, Trippier and Davies are really letting down the team this season.— SpursGuy (@thespursguy) November 25, 2017
Trippier and Davies are so limited, and wing backs are so vital to us— @ (@NutMeggingAlli) November 25, 2017
There's no denying Trippier & Davies have improved but please stop deluding yourselves into thinking they're better than Rose & Walker.— Becky (@becksthfc) November 25, 2017
We lack pace. Too slow. I see people saying trippier and Davies are good enough. Sorry they are not. Nowhere near.— Matt Jarvis (@MattJarvis5) November 25, 2017