Tottenham Hotspur face Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in the UEFA Europa League and Roberto Soldado should return to lead the attack. View the Spurs expected starting XI here.
Brad Friedel might be on the verge of bus pass eligibility, but has played the majority of Spurs’ UEFA Europa League matches.
While it is not yet known whether Tim Sherwood will follow the same selection process as his predecessor Andre Villas-Boas, Friedel might once again get a chance to shake off the rust.
Michael Dawson has played almost every minute of Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League campaign this season, but the performance of Younes Kaboul alongside Jan Vertonghen against Newcastle United puts his place in doubt.
The Englishman should get another chance to prove himself here, but will have to be wary of being caught on the turn on a difficult pitch.
Jan Vertonghen is Tottenham Hotspur’s most naturally gifted defender, with his superior technique and pace allowing him to perform equally well at left back to central defence.
The Belgian should start in the heart of the back four with as he bids to increase his fitness, with Vladimir Chiriches out.