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By Psilah | self meida writer
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The news might be positive on Harry Kane, however Jose Mourinho won't have any of our harmed players back for the derby against Chelsea at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Thursday night (8pm).
Jose is trusting Harry will return one week from now subsequent to enduring lower leg harm against Liverpool. He remains sidelined however, close by Sergio Reguilon, Dele and Giovani Lo Celso.
Addressing Spurs TV in the wake of preparing on Wednesday, Jose revealed: "Harry is still out, yet I'm positive that one week from now he ought to be back. That isn't being super hopeful, it's simply the ordinary advancement. Reguilon is still out, Gio Lo Celso, most likely one more month and Dele a couple of more days, however nobody is returning for this match."
Jose later told the media at his pre-Chelsea question and answer session that Serge Aurier, missing at Brighton on Sunday, would return into the crew. "Serge is fine, he's the solitary player to return into the gathering," he added.
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