LASK midfielder James Holland is back for this experience subsequent to missing out on the defeat of Antwerp through suspension, yet having played the full 90 minutes at the end of the week, the Australian might be rested here.
While Holland has recently returned from a ban, Gernot Trauner got a straight red card in a week ago’s loss and won’t be accessible for the visit of Spurs.
Andrade should make up for the void left by Trauner in LASK’s three-man defense, with Petar Filipovic set to miss out on a major opportunity after he endured a hip injury against Antwerp.
Then, Tottenham has affirmed that Toby Alderweireld is set for an extended period on the sidelines with the groin injury he continued in the success over Manchester City, which makes Japhet Tanganga’s return even more ideal.
Matt Doherty has likewise completely recuperated from Covid and keeping in mind that the Republic of Ireland international passed up a great opportunity against Chelsea, he could very well return for Thursday.
Mourinho is required to pivot his front four with the inclusions of Lucas and Gareth Bale, while Dele Alli and Giovani Lo Celso will probably fight it out to begin in the number 10 job, however, Carlos Vinicius is injured for this one.
Mourinho has likewise uncovered that Harry Kane is dubious – despite the fact that he would not have been required to begin here at any rate – and the England captain is confronting a competition to be good for the North London derby.
LASK Linz possible starting lineup:
Schlager; Andrade, Wiesinger, Cheberko; Ranftl, Madsen, Michorl, Renner; Gruber, Karamoko, Eggestein
Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:
Hart; Doherty, Sanchez, Tanganga, Davies; Winks, Hojbjerg; Bale, Alli, Bergwijn; Lucas Moura