Tottenham’s Europa League campaign continues with a trip to North Macedonia tonight to face Shkendija.

As per BBC, Jose Mourinho has taken a full-strength squad with him for the clash.

So what kind of starting 11 can we expect from Spurs here?

Mourinho might have breathed a sigh of relief about not having to play in the EFL Cup on Tuesday ahead of this one, and that could influence team selection.

Emile Heskey delivers his verdict on Tottenham Hostpur's 'All or Nothing' Documentary

Emile Heskey delivers his verdict on Tottenham Hostpur's 'All or Nothing' Documentary

Joe Hart, described by Jose Mourinho earlier this month as one of the ‘top goalkeepers of the last decade in this country’, as per Football London, will hope to make his debut.

Sergio Reguilon isn’t ready yet, so Ben Davies will likely play at left back. Toby Alderweireld and Davinson Sanchez will hope to join him in the backline.

Serge Aurier may play at right back, despite speculation linking him with a move away.

Moussa Sissoko didn’t get off the bench at Southampton on Sunday, so could play here as well.

Tottenham Hotspur’s summer signings

  1. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

    £15 million; Southampton

  2. Joe Hart


  3. Matt Doherty

    £13 million; Wolves

  4. Sergio Reguilon

    £25 million; Real Madrid

  5. Gareth Bale

    Loan; Real Madrid

  6. Carlos Vinicius

    Loan; Benfica

  7. Joe Rodon

    £12 million; Swansea

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg picked up a knock against his old club, which means Harry Winks is likely to partner Sissoko.

Dele Alli was set for a chance to shine at Leyton Orient before the game was called off and the £150,000-a-week (Standard) man will hope that opportunity comes tonight instead.

Steven Bergwijn and Erik Lamela played on the wings against Plovdiv in the previous round and should continue here.

In the absence of a new striking recruit, the choice is between Harry Kane and Heung-min Son through the middle – and we’ve got the England captain down to start.

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