Spurs manager, Jose Mourinho has confirmed that captain, Harry Kane will play no part in the game against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night as both teams have already qualified for the last 16.
Result in the final group game will have no effect on the final standing in the group, as Bayern will remain first in the group irrespective of the outcome, while Spurs will be group runners up.
The state of the game will provide the Portuguese the opportunity to play fringe players and try and give some youngsters in the team a reasonable minute of competitive football.
Christian Eriksen, Lo Celso, and Ndombele have all featured sparingly for the new manager and they are expected to be in the starting 11 against the German champions.
Troy Parrot who made his League debut during the 5-0 thrashing of Burnley over the weekend is expected to start in Kane’s stead.
Mourinho has stated that he will tweak where necessary against the German Champions. He can’t afford to travel with a team full of inexperienced players, considering the outcome of the first leg, where the German ran riot against the North London side. An embarrassing 7-2 home defeat.
Spurs will travel to face Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena with relative no pressure on Mourinho charges with qualification to the next round already sealed.