Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has no injury or suspension worried ahead of the north London club's second leg Europa Leg tie against Fiorentina in Florence.
With a fully fit squad at his disposal and the Capital One Cup final against Chelsea on Sunday, the Argentine manager has a dilemma as he tries to juggle the chance to win a trophy, progression in Europe, and a challenge for the Champions League places in the Premier League.
"Yes, everyone is fit and now we need to decide the squad for tomorrow night. Some players have stayed in London and now we need to analyse and decide the best side," Pochettino told the club's official site.
Those that have stayed in the English capital include Brad Friedel, Younes Kaboul, Etienne Capoue, Cristian Ceballos, DeAndre Yedlin and Emmanuel Adebayor.
As the season reaches a crescendo it is no surprise to see the likes of Kaboul, Capoue and Adebayor left out as Pochettino concentrates on those players who are in his medium-to-long term plans.
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Pochettino expected to pick second-string team
Spurs started the first leg at White Hart Lane strongly, with Roberto Soldado scoring early but they could not get the second goal and the Italians grew into the contest, getting the equaliser and being the stronger team from then on.
Tottenham will need to score at least once due to that away goal, but will hope they can revert back to the early tactics of the first leg which involved playing at a high tempo and putting early crosses into the box.
With the final on Sunday, it would be a surprise to see Pochettino pick his first choice XI in Italy.
Possible starting XI
Lloris; Walker, Fazio, Vertonghen, Davies; Stambouli, Paulinho, Chadli, Eriksen, Townsend, Soldado