Tottenham take on Atletico Madrid in another International Champions Cup match in Australia.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
Here is the starting XI for Tottenham: Vorm; Trippier, Walkes, Carter-Vickers, Yedlin; Wanyama, Winks; Lamela, Eriksen (C), Onomah; Janssen
Subs: McGee (GK), Glover (GK), Walker-Peters, Ball, Carroll, Mason, Amos, Miller, Edwards, Son, Chadli, Harrison.
Tottenham prepare for their second and final Melbourne match on Friday evening (morning in the UK) as they take on Spanish giants and last season's Champions League runners up Atletico Madrid.
Mauricio Pochettino has another chance to test his touring squad, made up of a mixture of talented youngsters and first team members, against a side that has become one of Spain's regular league contenders in recent years under his compatriot Diego Simeone.
Star midfielder Christian Eriksen captains the side, with Harry Winks and Josh Onomah also featuring in midfield. Vincent Janssen is again up top, while Anton Walkes gets given a chance from the off alongside Cameron Carter-Vickers.
Livewire youngster Marcus Edwards starts on the bench.
Spurs lost 2-1 against Serie A champions Juventus earlier in the week, with Pochettino giving plenty of younger players significant minutes - to varying degrees of success.
The likes of Cameron Carter-Vickers will be looking to make a more confident start to the game, after a difficult start against the Italians.
New signings Vincent Janssen and Victor Wanyama will also hope to impress, with the Netherlands international certain to want more attacking opportunities to fall his way than on Monday.
Tottenham supporters will also be eager to see more of Erik Lamela and Marcus Edwards, with the Argentine impressing after coming on at half time and 17-year-old wonder kid Edwards shining in his 27 minute cameo.
Tottenham's Marcus Edwards in action against Alex Sandro of Juventus