Tottenham Hotspur take on Fiorentina this evening in the second leg of their Europa League clash. Spurs have an away goal to their name for the fixture after a 1-1 draw in Italy last week and will be hoping they can pick up the win tonight.
However, they will be without their main goal threat. Harry Kane suffered a broken nose against Crystal Palace at the weekend and despite it being suggested he could wear a mask and play he will sit out the fixture.
So who plays up front for Spurs?
In this picture from their training session yesterday it seems that central-defender Toby Alderweireld was pointing out two potential options.
The Belgian striker is of course pointing at Heung-min Son and Shayon Harrison.
The South Korean international usually plays from a wider position but is certainly capable through the middle.
Harrison meanwhile is a newbie on the scene. The teenage striker has trained with the first-team all week and will be hoping to get a chance against Fiorentina tonight. The left-footed striker is a highly rated member of the youth team at Spurs and is expected to be a future first-teamer.
Nacer Chadli started up front against Fiorentina in Florence and he may also get the nod.