Tottenham Hotspur endured their first bad Premier League weekend for a good while this weekend as the sank to a 2-1 loss against Burnley.
While this result may have dented any chances of the title, Tottenham must nonetheless go again tomorrow, as they play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
A win would go some way to cementing a top three finish, while a loss may draw Spurs back into a brawl for the top four.
We believe Pochettino will ring the changes against the Blues in midweek, with half an eye on the North London derby at the weekend.
Lloris retains his spot between the sticks, with Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, and Jan Vertonghen also keeping their places.
Kieran Trippier and Davinson Sanchez come in for Serge Aurier and Juan Foyth.
Eric Dier comes in for Moussa Sissoko to partner Harry Winks in midfield, with Christian Eriksen sitting in front of this two.
Heung Min Son starts up front, with Lucas Moura in for Harry Kane. It seems unlikely that Kane will start against Chelsea, Arsenal, and Dortmund.
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