Jose Mourinho has confirmed his starting XI for Tottenham’s London derby against West Ham United – with Gareth Bale named on the bench.

The Portuguese has made two changes in total from the 6-1 victory at Manchester United earlier this month.

There’s one altercation to the back-four from Old Trafford as Serge Aurier keeps his place ahead of Matt Doherty, whilst Toby Alderweireld replaces the injured Eric Dier.

Dele Alli, Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela miss out altogether as Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Moussa Sissoko and Tanguy Ndombele all start in midfield once again.

Meanwhile, Steven Bergwijn makes his first Premier League start of the campaign, supporting the inform Harry Kane and Heung Min Son upfront for Mourinho’s men.

Carlos Vinicius could make his debut, joining the likes of Lucas Moura and Harry Winks and Gareth on an strong-looking bench for Spurs.

Japhet Tanganga also misses out through injury.

Check the full starting XI below.



    • Ah the gooner agitator rears his head again. Only appears when something has gone wrong and pretends he saw it all coming.
      Predictable and dull, find something more productive to fill your time with you sad little man.


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