Mauricio Pochettino comments suggest Tottenham Hotspur could hand two youngsters their full debuts against Hull City

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham Hotspur are set to name an experimental line-up against Hull City at the weekend.

Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has suggested in Football.London that he could name a much altered line-up in his side’s final match of the season against Hull City.

Tottenham have secured second place in the Premier League, and were in brilliant form last night - when they tore apart Leicester City.

Spurs beat last season’s Premier League champions 6-1 at the King Power Stadium.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino

Tottenham put out a strong team against Leicester, but Pochettino has suggested that a more experimental line-up could be used at the KC Stadium.

"I think it's important now to try to assess the players that played today and try to take the best decision for Sunday," he said. "Maybe players that today were on the bench, maybe they have the opportunity to play against Hull."

Pochettino’s comments could give hope to Tottenham youngsters Filip Lesniak and Sam Shashoua.

Neither Lesniak nor Shashoua has ever started a match for Spurs’ senior side to date.

Tottenham's Harry Kane celebrates scoring their fifth goal  to complete his hat trick with Filip Lesniak

Lesniak was handed his debut against Leicester last night, though, as he came on as a late substitute.

Also on Spurs’ bench against the Foxes were the likes of Vincent Janssen, Georges Kevin Nkoudou and Kevin Wimmer.

Tottenham's Vincent Janssen

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