Chelsea visit Tottenham on Thursday evening as the headline fixture of a busy round of midweek Premier League action.
The Blues travel to Spurs in the hope of making it two wins on the bounce under new manager Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel was handed the reins at Stamford Bridge last week following Frank Lampard’s dismissal and oversaw a debut 0-0 stalemate with Wolves before his side defeated Burnley in an impressive 2-0 victory last Sunday.
Mourinho’s side, meanwhile, have been in poor form of late and were defeated by Brighton last time out following their 3-1 home loss to Liverpool last Thursday.
The match promises to be an intriguing affair, but what is the team news and how could both sides line-up? talkSPORT.com takes a look…
Tottenham team news
Harry Kane is expected to return from his ankle injury next week but is not available for the visit of Chelsea.
The England captain hobbled off in the defeat by Liverpool last Thursday but he’s recovered quicker than expected.
Mourinho also revealed he had a productive meeting with Dele Alli on Tuesday, though the playmaker is unlikely to return to the starting XI for the Chelsea match.
Serge Aurier will return to the squad having been left out at Brighton following rumours of a dressing-room spat at half-time of the Liverpool defeat, but Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Reguilon are both absent for the Blues clash with injuries.
Chelsea team news
Tuchel has revealed that Kai Havertz and Kurt Zouma are doubts for the Spurs match.
Both players were forced out of training on Wednesday with unspecified injuries, with Tuchel admitting the duo will require late fitness tests.
Other than that, the German has a full squad at his disposal.
Last time out Ben Chilwell was relegated to the bench in favour of Marcos Alonso, who was deployed as a wing-back.
Tuchel is expected to use a similar formation, with Callum Hudson-Odoi expected to feature at right wing-back once more.