Pochettino faces a few tricky decisions this week, with three huge clashes falling within seven days of each other.
Spurs negotiated the first with ease, trouncing Chelsea 3-1 at Wembley, however Poch must now decided who to play and who to rest mid week.
Tottenham have a must win Champions League tie against Inter Milan, a game they must win by two goals to keep their dreams alive.
However, they then have a huge North London derby against Arsenal in the Premier League come the weekend, a match they will be desperate to win.
We believe Jan Vertonghen will make his return to first team action after missing ten games.
Poch may rather start in form Foyth, but the youngster wasn’t named in the Champions League squad come the start of the campaign.
The rest of the back four and keeper should remain unchanged, with injury forcing Poch’s hand in terms of a lack of rotation.
Harry Winks should come into the centre to replace Moussa Sissoko who could start against Arsenal instead.
Dier and Alli retain their places after impressive performances against Chelsea.
Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura come in for Heung Min Son and Christian Eriksen to keep the latter pair fresh for the weekend.
Harry Kane remains up top, hoping to repeat his two goal heroics against PSV last time out.
Poch will likely name a strong bench in case more firepower and goals are needed.
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