Jose Mourinho must pull Tottenham Hotspur out of a horrendous week with the perfect team selection to face Aston Villa on Sunday.
This week has brought that north London derby defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and then the collapse in Croatia as Spurs crashed out of the Europa League with a 3-0 defeat at Dinamo Zagreb.
Captain Hugo Lloris also launched a stinging rebuke to his Tottenham team-mates for their below-par performance in midweek and pointed the finger sternly at those who had previously been out of the starting XI complaining rather than pulling their weight.
Mourinho also bemoaned the poor attitude of his players and told football.london that he was concerned that they had not been listening to his instructions or responding to him.
The Spurs boss needs to get back on track with his line-up on Sunday at ninth-placed Villa.
Here is what our two Tottenham reporters reckon he will go with.
Alasdair Gold – Tottenham Hotspur correspondent
After a tough week, Mourinho will have to pick the players he knows he can trust to help him get back to winning ways.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Sergio Reguilon and Toby Alderweireld will certainly return to the line-up although Spurs will be missing the suspended Erik Lamela and potentially the injured Son Heung-min.
Giovani Lo Celso was only meant to play for 22 minutes on Thursday night but extra-time pushed him closer to the hour mark which might make a start three days later difficult after three months out.
Mourinho will have to hope that players like Harry Kane and Davinson Sanchez can start again after playing two hours on top of their recent schedule, while Gareth Bale will likely to come back into the team.
The Tottenham boss has a choice at right-back. Both Serge Aurier and Matt Doherty have been poor in their recent performances and Mourinho might decide to hand Japhet Tanganga a rare chance.
Gold’s team: Lloris; Tanganga, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Reguilon; Hojbjerg, Ndombele; Bale, Lucas, Bergwijn; Kane.
Rob Guest – Tottenham Hotspur reporter
Mourinho definitely needs to change things up after that capitulation against Dinamo Zagreb.
Toby Alderweireld and Sergio Reguilon should be brought back into the starting XI after taking their place on the bench on Thursday, with Japhet Tanganga the man to come in at right-back given the struggles of others.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg definitely comes back in after his suspension in midweek and he should be joined in the middle by Giovani Lo Celso as he looked bright in his cameo appearance in Zagreb.
It may be a bit of a push for the player given he’s only just returned from injury but Spurs desperately need him back in the middle.
With Erik Lamela suspended and Son Heung-min banned, Steven Bergwijn gets a rare start on the left flank with Gareth Bale starting on the opposite side as Lucas Moura continues through the middle.
Guest’s team: Lloris; Tanganga, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Reguilon; Hojbjerg, Lo Celso; Bale, Lucas, Bergwijn; Kane.