Tottenham Hotspur travel to the Hawthorns to take on West Brom in Spurs final game before the next international break, so who will Mourinho trust for Spurs?
The stretch of winnable games from the end of the last international break for Tottenham Hotspur ends on Sunday afternoon at the Hawthorns as Spurs face West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League. With one last must win match before the break, who is going to play for Tottenham is going to align with who Jose Mourinho most thinks is going to help Spurs get all three points. The one thing we know for certain barring injury, we at least know who four of those players are for Tottenham as they start every match.
Nailed on Spurs Starters
At this point in the season there are four players who have started every game in the Premier League for Tottenham Hotspur. Given the form and production of the quartet of Harry Kane, Heung Min Son, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, and Hugo Lloris have not played every minute of Premier League action for Tottenham but have played the majority.
In addition to those four sure-fire starters, Eric Dier has started six of the seven contests and only missed the West Ham game after picking up an injury on his last international duty. Those five players are clearly Mourinho’s core of the team and everything else has been about trying to find the best pieces to work around this core to pick up the three points and develop the team. So who do we think those best pieces are, read on to find out.