Despite already having one foot in the next stage of the Europa League, Jose Mourinho has already suggested that he plans to name a strong side when Spurs face Wolfsberger later today.
Mourinho’s men won 4-1 in the first-leg. And while some Tottenham fans may be tempted to make a number of changes, the Portuguese is not prepared to take any risks.
As reported by Football London, the Spurs boss has confirmed that he will not make a raft of switches.
Nevertheless, there may be a couple of players who come in. The first may be Joe Hart, who could obviously replace Hugo Lloris.
Lloris’s form has come in for criticism in recent weeks. So Hart – who earns around £52,000-a-week, according to Spotrac – may feel that he has a fantastic opportunity to stake a claim for more game-time in the coming months.
Elsewhere, the other change may come up front. Son Heung-min started in the emphatic win last week. However, there seems to be little reason to risk him this time around.
Instead, Carlos Vinicius may be handed just his sixth start of the campaign.
Obviously, that would see two key players left on the bench. But Tottenham should still have more than enough quality to win the second-leg, let alone ensure that they go through.
With that in mind, here is how Spurs may line up for the clash…