Tottenham are having a couple of difficult weeks. They lost against Borussia Dortmund both away and at home. With that came the end to their European outing for this season. The Premier League is the only piece of Silverware that they can win this season and Pochettino have to field his strongest 11 against Bournemouth and try and get the 3 points at all cost.
Pochettino still seems to be proud of all his players and will be trying and motivating them as much as possible. Winning the Premier League is still within their grasp and the Argentine has to make sure that he gets his players all buzzed up and raring to go against Bournemouth. They absolutely cannot drop a single point from here on.
One of the best goalkeepers in the world. He can easily get into any starting 11. He was quite good in the second leg against Dortmund and was good at handling all the good crosses that came in. There was hardly much he could do about the goals.
Rose came as a substitute in the 13th minute for Ben Davies who was taken away for medical attention. Rose started in the match against Aston Villa and was quite good. He should be getting a place in the starting 11.
Was good in the second leg against Dortmund and made a couple of important tackles. It was a good tussle with him and Aubameyang and even though the latter scored two goals, he still denied Aubameyang a couple of goals.
He was quite average in the second leg against Dortmund. But he was good in the match against Villa. He and Alderwiereld is a combination that Pochettino favours a lot and should get the start.
Walker was good in the last match against Villa. Even though Trippier was good while going forward in the second league against Dortmund, defensively he was very weak. Pochettino would take notice of that and start Walker for the Bournemouth game.
Has been one of the star performers of this season and has become a fan favourite. He worked quite hard in the match against Dortmund and did his best to stop the Dortmund attacks from the centre of the field.
He partners Dier quite well in the centre of the midfield. Has a good control over the ball and provided a key pass every now and then. Was good in the centre in the Villa game and linked well with the Spurs attackers.
Was rested for the second leg against Spurs and will be looking to start in the Bournemouth match. He is one of Tottenham’s most effective players of the season and Pochettino would be hoping that the attacking midfielder gets him the 3 points.
Was the best player for Tottenham in the last match and was equally good in the Villa game. There is now way that Pochettino would be starting without him and would be looking up to him to form a good partnership in the front.
Another one of those players that has come good for Tottenham this season. He tried his best in the second leg Dortmund game but was unable to create something magical. He would be looking to redeem himself against Bournemouth.
He too was rested for the second leg game against Dortmund and would comeback to the starting 11 against Bournemouth. He has had a good goal scoring season again and is currently the joint top scorer in the league along with Jamie Vardy.