Start: 4 March 20:00
Team news: Marek Rodak and Tom Cairney are the only two injury concerns for Fulham, who will no doubt be aiming to keep changes to a minimum amid their solid run of form. Ola Aina’s substitution at half time against Palace was a tactical decision, Parker confirmed, so it would not be a surprise to see Antonee Robinson given the nod here. Should the hosting manager make some alterations before Sunday’s meeting with Liverpool, Mario Lemina and Ivan Cavaleiro could both return to the starting lineup, but Aleksandar Mitrovic may not be ready for a start just yet. The only occupant of Tottenham’s medical room at present is Giovani Lo Celso, but there is hope that he could return to the squad for the North London derby later this month. With Bale’s qualities finally coming to the fore, the Welshman will not want to be dropped for this game, while Dele Alli enjoyed a third substitute outing in succession against Burnley but may not be considered for a start just yet. It remains to be seen if Serge Aurier will be risked again after only just returning from injury, but in an ideal world, Mourinho would name an unchanged XI from the weekend’s win, although the congested schedule means that changes could be made.
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