Jose Mourinho has shuffled his pack for Tottenham’s game against West Brom on Sunday afternoon.
Following three consecutive Premier League defeats, the Spurs boss has selected an attacking line-up to face the Baggies – making four changes to the side that were beaten by Chelsea on Thursday.
There’s just one alteration to the defence – with Davinson Sanchez replacing Eric Dier, who conceded the first-half penalty against Thomas Tuchel’s men, whilst Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg partners Tanguy Ndombele in the centre of midfield.
Lucas Moura replaces Steven Bergwijn on the right, Erik Lamela comes in centrally, and will play just behind the returning Harry Kane, who ended up missing just two matches – with Heung Min Son keeping his place on the left despite his recent goalscoring struggles.
There’s no Harry Winks on the bench, whilst Sergio Regulion, Giovani Lo Celso and Dele Alli all remain sidelined for Mourinho’s team.
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