The Ange Postecoglou era at Tottenham Hotspur will come up against its toughest test so far with the Australian's first North London Derby on Sunday.
Spurs travel to Arsenal's Emirates Stadium looking to open a new chapter at a ground that has not been a happy hunting place over the years. Postecoglou has brought a sweeping different style of football to Tottenham with a desire to play out from the back and press high up the pitch.
Mikel Arteta's side pushed for the Premier League title last season before falling short and after spending plenty of money in the summer they will present the biggest challenge to the early weeks of Postecoglou's rebuild.
We asked our Tottenham correspondent Alasdair Gold and head of football.london Lee Wilmot to name the Spurs starting XI they would select if they were Postecoglou.
Postecoglou's main decision will likely come with whether Richarlison has done enough to earn himself a spot back in his starting line-up.
The Brazilian ended a tough week, during which he admitted he wanted to speak to a psychologist to process some off-the-pitch issues he had been having in previous months, by inspiring Spurs to a dramatic comeback against Sheffield United with a goal and an assist deep into added time.
Richarlison will bring the battling required in a derby and does have experience of scoring against Arsenal. It would be a tough call to make to drop Manor Solomon, but the tricky Israel international could also be a real menace off the bench
The other main decision for Postecoglou comes at right-back and whether he brings in a more defensive-minded full-back in the shape of Emerson Royal rather than using Pedro Porro. However, with the speedy Gabriel Martinelli a doubt, there may be less need forRead on football.london