Tottenham host Chelsea on Saturday in the Premier League as domestic football starts up again and will leapfrog them in the table with a victory.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have made an impressive start to the season and would love to inflict a first league defeat of the season on their London rivals.
Harry Winks has been one of the bright sparks so far this campaign, as the England international begins to recapture his best form.
The central midfielder has started in three of the last five league matches and he will be in for a sizeable task if he gets the nod in the XI against Chelsea.
Winks is a pass master that is great in possession and keeps Spurs ticking over in the centre of the park, but Chelsea have their very own version in the shape of Jorginho.
Winks, 22, is still a rising talent improving his game every match and trying to reach his full potential.
Meanwhile, 26-year-old Jorginho is proving to be the benchmark for the Premier League in terms of a deep-lying playmaker and has taken the English league by storm.
He has proven he can dictate matches from midfield with his dynamic style and control over the ball, which is why he’s capable of bringing Winks back down to earth.
But the Spurs ace has impressed in games against Barcelona and Real Madrid in the Champions League over the last year, so could be looking to add Jorginho to his list of scalps.