24-year-old axed in Pochettino 3-4-3: Tottenham best possible XI to face Hull
By Matt Bullin
Mauricio Pochettino should freshen up his formation and make two changes to ensure his best XI face Hull City at the KCOM Stadium on Sunday.
Kieron Trippier should come in for Moussa Sissoko, and Christian Eriksen should replace Son Heung-min.
Trippier should come in as a right-wing back in a 3-4-3, while Eriksen should play as one of the attacking midfielders in-behind Harry Kane, who scored four goals against Leicester.
Dele Alli should line up alongside the returning Eriksen as they are Spurs most creative players, despite the fact Son, 24, bagged a brace on Thursday night.
Eric Dier, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld would all be best continuing in the side, in a back-three.
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Ben Davies should retain his starting spot on the left-side of the defence, as Trippier comes in on the right, replacing Sissoko who was one of the few players not to impress at the King Power Stadium.
Victor Wanyama and Moussa Dembele are set to return in the middle of the park, where they have been so impressive all year.
Hugo Lloris should start in between the sticks as he has done all season, as he vies for the Golden Glove award.
Tottenham beat Leciester 6-1 on Thursday and have confirmed second-place in the Premier League, but they will look for a win on Sunday to finish the season in style.
Meanwhile Hull are already relegated and will hope to give their fans something to cheer about after a disappointing season.
In other Tottenham news, here is their expected line up for the clash at Hull.