Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon remain Tottenham’s only injury problems ahead of with week’s crunch Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.
Spurs will be looking to bounce back from their collapse against Olympiacos in the first round of fixtures, while Bayern could extend their lead at the top of the group to five points with a second straight victory, depending on other results.
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Mauricio Pochettino will once again be without Lo Celso, who is not due back until the end of October because of a hip injury. Ryan Sessegnon’s hamstring continues to be a cause for concern – the teenager is yet to play for Tottenham since arriving from Fulham.
Thankfully, however, Pochettino otherwise has a fully fit squad to choose from, although he could be given a selection headache in a number of positions, especially at right-back and in attacking midfield.
Serge Aurier’s red card against Southampton on Saturday has seen doubts over his discipline re-emerge, which could see him left out of the team on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Christian Eriksen played a part in the winning goal but was generally subpar and could lose his place once again. We’ll have to wait and see.