Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to put their Carabao Cup heartbreak behind them this weekend, as they aim to mount another charge for domestic silverware.
Spurs didn’t have to wait long for another chance at a cup run, as they take on Crystal Palace tomorrow in the FA Cup.
We believe that Gazzaniga will retain his cup position between the sticks as normal for this game.
Kieran Trippier is recalled at right back, with Kyle Walker-Peters covering at left back after Ben Davies’ injury and Danny Rose’s Chelsea exploits.
Alderweireld partners Juan Foyth in the centre of defence, with Dier and Winks remaining in midfield.
It is likely a little too early for Victor Wanyama’s return to the starting line up, and Pochettino surely won’t risk Sissoko.
Christian Eriksen sits just in front of the central two, with Lucas Moura and young Kazaiah Sterling beyond him.
This would be Sterling’s full debut for the club, supporting Fernando Llorente up top.
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