Spurs are looking to bounce back from their defeat to Sporting Lisbon in match day two and have travelled to Frankfurt at the back of their first Premier League defeat to arch-rivals Arsenal.
Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris who has been one of the shining lights of the team under Antonio Conte keeps his place in post as the three man central defence is made up of Dier, Romero and Clément Lenglet.
Ivan Perisic who started against Arsenal and Emerson Royal sent off for a cynical challenge which ultimately decided the game in north London keep their place in the team as left and right wing-backs.
The indispensable Pierre-Emile Højbjerg and the effective Rodrigo Bentancur have earned their coin in gold due to consistency and they also keep their roles at the heart of the midfield.
While Harry Kane, often the man to get all the goals, is aided in attack by last season’s Premier League Golden Boot winner Son Heung-min and the hardworking Richarlison as Antonio Conte keeps faith with the team that started the North London derby.
Tottenham have lost two of their last three games in all competitions but did win their first game of the Champions League at home.
Eintracht Frankfurt are currently third in the group with just three points while Spurs are second and will do their quest to progress to the next stage a world of good if they can get all three points in Germany tonight.