Wycombe have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game, after not playing for 16 days.
Mourinho confirmed in his pre-match press conference that Giovani Lo Celso is still a few weeks away from returning, so he will miss out.
Allsop; Grimmer, Knight, Tafazolli, Jacobson, Thompson, Gape, Wheeler, Horgan, Onyedinma, Kashket.
Hart; Tanganga, Sanchez, Rodon, Davies, Sissoko, Winks, Bale, Lamela, Moura, Vinicius.
Ones to watch
With Wycombe's most assists this season, the 34-year-old has been crucial this season in creating goals, carrying on the same form from last season, where he amassed 11 goals and three asiist as they were promoted from League One.
The striker is highly likely to be given another chance as Mourinho will want to give Harry Kane a rest, and when he has been given that chance he has taken it, scoring a hat-trick against Marine and three goals and three assists in the Europa League this season.
These two sides have only met once before and it was in this competition four years ago, in a thrilling encounter in which Tottenham came back from 2-3 down to win 4-3, with Son Hueng-min scoring a 97th-minute winner for the Premier League side.
How to watch
The match will kick-off at 19:45 pm on Monday, January 25, and is available to watch on BT Sport 1.