Jose reveals whether he will be rotating his squad for the next three matches

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Tottenham Hotspur have a busy run of fixtures straight after the winter break, as they look to progress in the Champions League and make a dent in the top four race domestically.

Spurs are currently four points behind Chelsea in fourth, but there are plenty of other teams in there fighting for the final Champions League spot.

Tottenham are scheduled to play Aston Villa on Sunday away from home, then RB Leipzig at home in the Champions League just three days later, finishing with Chelsea away three days after that.

These are three huge games in the season of Spurs if they wish to look back on the campaign with fondness and a sense of achievement.

However, these fixtures do pose a problem for Jose Mourinho, as he must decide whether to rotate his team or risk fatigue and injuries.

The head coach insists that he can rotate some positions, but not others, highlighting the third match against Chelsea as one he may have to make changes in.

He said (Charlie Eccleshare):

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