Tottenham could scupper Leicester's chances of achieving Champions League football, while aiding their own efforts to qualify for European qualification, with a win over the Foxes this weekend.
Spurs have finally found some form recently, with two wins in two, and will be hoping to continue this win streak against an impressive Leicester side.
Tottenham will be without Dele Alli, who is out with a hamstring injury, while Eric Dier has one game left of his four-match suspension.
Here is the team Mourinho should select for the meeting with Leicester at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Goalkeeper & Defenders
Hugo Lloris (GK) - The Frenchman has been Tottenham's best player since the restart.
Serge Aurier (RB) - The Ivorian showed immense courage to take to the pitch against Newcastle on Wednesday, and there is a good chance he will start this one too.
Davinson Sanchez (CB) - After a shaky start under Mourinho, the Colombian has started to grow in confidence and has impressed in recent weeks.
Toby Alderweireld (CB) - Alderweireld scored the winner against Arsenal, so expect him to start in this one.
Ben Davies (LB) - With Danny Rose's January departure, Tottenham don't exactly have an abundance of options at left back, so Davies will almost definitely start.
Moussa Sissoko (RM) - Sissoko has been used as a defensive right-winger in Tottenham's last two games, and he's proven very effective in that role.
Harry Winks (CM) - Winks has started regularly under Mourinho and is a very composed conductor in the middle of the park. Expect him to be key to Tottenham's control of the game.
Giovani Lo Celso (CM) - The Argentine midfielder has shown what he can do since January and will be a key part of Mourinho's rebuild in north London.
Lucas Moura (LM) - Lucas has been playing an unfamiliar role on the left of a midfield four recently, and this has coincided with two wins for Tottenham.
Heung-min Son (ST) - The South Korean reached double figures for the season recently and is continuing to prove what a talented footballer he is. Moving Son further forward has been a masterstroke, and expect to see him playing there on Sunday.
Harry Kane (ST) - Kane hasn't quite been at the level we have come to expect of him this season, but he got himself back among the goals on Wednesday with a brace. He's been much less isolated with Son closer to him, and is looking more dangerous because of it.
Source : 90min