Tottenham face Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is likely to be considering a reshuffle to his Spurs starting line-up following Saturday's disappointing draw against West Bromwich Albion - and fans want him to start Mousa Dembele.
It has seen Spurs drop out of the Premier League's top four places, with north London rivals Arsenal overtaking them into fourth place following Alexis Sanchez's injury-time penalty to win 1-0.
Spurs informed fans on their official Twitter account that midfield mainstay Harry Winks could miss the clash through illness, while Victor Wanyama remains sidelined with a knee injury.
That has led to fans calling on Pochettino to pick 70-time Belgium international Dembele to start over Winks in midfield, which is likely to see him line-up alongside Eric Dier.
One fan believes alongside Dier, Dembele can "dictate the game".
Tbf ivw always been frustrated with dembele, but he needs to start now... BUT WITH WINKS— TG (@LedleyTHFC) November 28, 2017
Like to see Rose & Aurier start on Tuesday night as really felt we needed pace down the flanks today. Dembele to start also so Eriksen gets the rest he quite clearly needs #COYS— SCOTT (@_SW2_) November 25, 2017
I'd play Moussa over Harry. The only time I've heard complain about his performance was the Arsenal away game. Unfortunately, I missed the game... because I was there and had one of those crappy away fan angles on the game. Can't see anything lower tier.— Dan (@PaxtonNorth) November 27, 2017
Lloris— Sean (@BetterCallSpurs) November 27, 2017
Aurier Sanchez Vertonghen Rose
Sissoko Kane Son
Something like this tomorrow night. Lamela (possibly), Winks, Dele & Eriksen all back for Watford, Kane rested. #THFC
Tomorrow’s predicted lineup vs Leicester City:— Harry Hotspur (@HarryHotspurWHL) November 27, 2017
Dier, Sanchez, Vertonghen
Aurier, Dembele, Winks, Rose
He made a big difference when he came on. If fit he should start every game for us.— Castle Rock Brit (@CastleRockBrit) November 27, 2017