JOSE MOURINHO will be hoping to make it three wins on the bounce when Spurs face Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Special One guided his side to glory over West Ham in his opening game before they escaped an early scare to beat Olympiacos in the Champions League.
Dele Alli has come back to life since The Special One arrived in north London to replace Mauricio Pochettino.
The England international is desperate to prove he is the real deal after Mourinho asked whether he was “working with Dele, or Dele’s brother”.
And he looks likely to keep his spot in the starting XI after his promising spell of form in the last two games.
Harry Kane, who has scored 13 goals and made one assist this season, is expected to lead the line.
Mourinho looks likely to start with Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld, Davinson Sanchez and Serge Aurier in front of Paulo Gazzaniga.
Harry Winks and Eric Dier would be in the heart of midfield with Son Heung-Min, Alli and Moura ahead of them.
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Spurs will be without Ben Davies – who is being assessed after he sustained ligament damage during the win over West Ham.
Erik Lamela is expected to return to training soon after struggling with a hamstring issue .
Hugo Lloris and Michael Vorm are unavailable as they continue rehab.