Despite Tottenham’s Champions League clash with Olympiacos kicking off a run of ten games in 36 days, Jose Mourinho has opted to make just one altercation to his starting line-up from Saturday’s impressive win at West Ham United.

And that change is enforced as Ben Davies missed out with an ankle injury he sustained at the London Stadium and is replaced at left-back by Danny Rose, who claimed an assist in Spurs’ last European game – the crucial 4-0 victory against Red Star Belgrade.

It means that Eric Dier and Harry Winks remain in central midfield – with Moussa Sissoko and Tanguy Ndombele once again start on the bench, along with Ryan Sessegnon, Christian Eriksen and Giovani Lo Celso and the returning Jan Vertonghen.

Lucas Moura, Dele Alli, Heung Min Son and Harry Kane all start in an exciting-looking front four and Mourinho will be hoping they can continue where they left off against the Hammers and ensure Spurs secure their place in the knockout stages for the third season on the spin.

Here is the starting XI in full.

Gazzaniga, Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Rose, Winks, Dier, Lucas, Alli, Son, Kane.



    • Please note where, who and when Jose see something he does not like and when he made his substition to change a game. It does not mean Dier will not start next game, because it was Tactical. Let tactical move the 30th minute in resonate for a minute.


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