Tottenham Hotspur take on Bayern Munich in Germany tomorrow night in the final game of the Champions League group stage.
However, while it all rested on an away result in game week six last season, Spurs are already guaranteed qualification this year.
In fact, Bayern have also already secured the top spot, meaning this is an entirely pointless game with regards to the table.
I believe that Mourinho will still name a host of first-team players, judging by who he has taken on the plane to Munich.
Paulo Gazzaniga still starts in goal, while Danny Rose replaces Jan Vertonghen at left-back, and Kyle Walker-Peters comes in for Serge Aurier at right-back. In the centre of defence, Toby Alderweireld partners young Japhet Tanganga.
In central midfield, Victor Wanyama comes into the side, alongside young Oliver Skipp and Giovani Lo Celso playing the number 10 playmaker role.
Troy Parrott leads the line, with Heung Min Son and Giovani Lo Celso either side of the teenager.
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