Ahead of Saturday's Premier League game between Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur, Sports Mole looks at how the North Londoners could line up versus the Foxes.
Tottenham Hotspur make the trip to Leicester City looking to register their first Premier League away win of the season.
While Mauricio Pochettino would have been satisfied with points achieved at Manchester City and Arsenal respectively, his side looked far from convincing in either fixture.
The Argentine also watched on as Spurs let slip a two-goal lead against Olympiacos in Greece on Wednesday night, leaving plenty of room for improvement ahead of the showdown at the King Power Stadium.
Here, Sports Mole takes a look at how the North Londoners could line up on Saturday afternoon.
Out: Juan Foyth (ankle), Giovani Lo Celso (hip), Ryan Sessegnon (hamstring)
Given the quick turnaround, Pochettino will inevitably make alterations to his starting lineup, which should see Son Heung-min handed an immediate recall on the left flank.
Dele Alli could be given the chance to play in the middle, with Christian Eriksen potentially dropping out of the team after a disappointing outing in the Champions League.
There could be a further change in midfield with Moussa Sissoko coming in for Harry Winks, while Serge Aurier and Danny Rose are in line to feature in the full-back areas.
The pair were rested for the fixture in midweek, meaning that Davinson Sanchez and Ben Davies may only be named among the substitutes in the East Midlands.
Ryan Sessegnon had been tipped to make the squad before suffering a setback in his recovery from a hamstring injury earlier this week. body check tags ::
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