Tottenham will have to do without starting-left back Danny Rose for its showdown with Chelsea due to suspension.
Danny Rose left England's draw with Spain last night prematurely because of a sore foot.
Tottenham will once again wait on the injury status of standout defender Danny Rose after he sustained a knock this week.
The confusion over Danny Rose's omission from the club's 1-1 draw with West Brom on Saturday has been written off as a precaution.
Danny Rose has penned a new five-year contract that will see the left back a part of the clubs plans until at least the summer of 2021.
Mauricio Pochettino has revealed in his press conference ahead of Saturday's match against Stoke City that Danny Rose will not play.
According to the Telegraph, Danny Rose could possibly miss as much as three weeks with a hamstring strain he sustained in England's match with Slovakia.
Reports in England claim Tottenham is in negotiations with fullbacks Kyle Walker and Danny Rose over new contracts.
Danny Rose has a hamstring issue while Toby Alderweireld picked up a knock in Tottenham's draw yesterday evening against Chelsea, putting two key Spurs defenders' status in doubt ahead of this weekend's match with Southampton.
Danny Rose made his first appearance for the England senior national team in the side's friendly with Germany on Saturday in Berlin.
Danny Rose picked up a calf injury during Tottenham's draw with Arsenal this past Saturday, but the club thinks the left back could be available for selection by this weekend when they play Aston Villa.
Spurs gained a major boost in the title race with a come-from-behind 2-1 home win against Swansea City thanks to two second-half goals.
Danny Rose was a surprise absentee last weekend, picking up an illness just before Tottenham's match with Southampton, but the left back has been deemed fit by Mauricio Pochettino ahead of Boxing Day.
Danny Rose had to exit near the end of Tottenham's Monday night victory after picking up a knock.