Tottenham face Leicester City on Sunday knowing that, realistically, only a win will do to qualify for Europe next season.

In his press conference on Friday, Mourinho revealed he has told his players to win their final two Premier League games – against Leicester and Crystal Palace – in order to win the Europa League next season.

With that in mind, the Spurs boss has a number of decisions to make regarding his team selection.

We think he will make just one change to the XI that started in the victory at Newcastle United, with Steven Bergwijn coming in for Lucas Moura.

Lucas took a knock in the second half at St. James’ Park and was replaced by Bergwijn, who provided the pinpoint for Harry Kane’s first goal – a moment that has likely earned the Dutchman a start.

It is unclear whether Serge Aurier will be available after travelling home following the death of his brother. Mourinho did not definitively rule him out, so we assume the Ivorian will start. Meanwhile, Dele Alli and Tanguy Ndombele are sidelined with injuries.

Here’s our predicted XI to face Leicester – what’s yours? Let us know in the comments section below.



  1. I’m not really bothered about the last 2 games…do I want Spurs in the Europa League…my head says yes but my heart says no.
    We have a manager who doesn’t fit our style and we have a large % of players who are not good enough.


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