Tottenham travelled to Germany today ahead of their match against Bayern Munich in the Champions League tomorrow night.
Bayern have already qualified as the top team in the group, while Spurs are guaranteed second, leaving little riding on this match.
Perhaps it is more about getting revenge for the Lilywhites, as they lost the reverse fixture in embarrassing fashion earlier in the season, losing 7-2.
Mourinho could also use the game to give some of his fringe players minutes under their belts, as well as blooding a number of youngsters.
Troy Parrott, Ryan Sessegnon, and Oliver Skipp all came on against Burnley at the weekend in the Premier League, and have all travelled with the squad to Germany.
I believe that Spurs will get a 2-2 away draw from the match, with the goals on the night coming from Heung Min Son and Troy Parrott, the youngster’s first senior strike for Tottenham.
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