Speculation abounds over who will feature in attack alongside the apparent favourite Emile Heskey of Liverpool. Teddy must be in with a good shout as there would appear to be little point in calling for Teddy and not using him.
Saturday's game features strongly in the supplements concentrating on weekend match reports. Dean Richards is reported to have described the letting slip of a three-goal lead as 'criminal'.
"We were left in a state of disbelief at the end. To be three-up at half-time and lose 5-3 is criminal. We've got to learn from the mistakes we made and make sure it doesn't happen again.
"Even when they got a goal back we should have been telling ourselves we were still two goals ahead. But they just came to life after the break."
The other main news is the sacking of former Spur Peter Taylor as manager or Leicester City.
The Monday tabloids centre on the return of Teddy Sheringham to the England squad for the crunch World Cup qualifier against Greece.