Ahead of Wednesday's Champions League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Borussia Dortmund, Sports Mole looks at how the home side could line up at Wembley Stadium.
head into the first leg of their Tottenham Hotspur last-16 tie with Champions League having recorded three successive wins in all competitions. Borussia Dortmund 's side have been far from their best in victories over Watford, Newcastle United and Leicester City, but the Argentine will be delighted that his players managed to grind out wins at Wembley Stadium. Mauricio Pochettino
Spurs only reached this stage of the Champions League by
claiming a 1-1 draw away at Barcelona in their final group-stage fixture.
Pochettino has a number of selection dilemmas ahead of Wednesday's contest, and here
Sports Mole looks at how the North London outfit could line up against the Bundesliga leaders. Out: (ankle), Harry Kane (hamstring), Dele Alli (groin), Ben Davies (knee) Vincent Janssen Doubtful: (illness), Eric Dier (back) Erik Lamela > Click here for the latest Spurs injury and suspension news
Pochettino could be able to call upon Eric Dier after a spell out through illness, and the England international may partner
in midfield. Harry Winks
Erik Lamela also missed
Sunday's win over Leicester with a back problem, but Pochettino has suggested that the playmaker may make a return on Wednesday night. is likely to return in place of Lucas Moura , with Fernando Llorente being given the responsibility of leading the line due to the absence of Harry Kane. Son Heung-min
Pochettino is expected to revert to a back three, with
being used on the right side of the defence and Toby Alderweireld dropping out of the side. Oliver Skipp
and Kieran Trippier should both retain their places on the flanks. Danny Rose body check tags ::
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