The Spurs boss confirmed a boost with the news that Toby Alderweireld has stepped-up his recovery from a hamstring injury by taking part in full training this week.
The Belgium global missed the midweek encounter with Juve, and faces a late fitness test to ascertain whether he will be fit for Sunday's clash.
Spurs have no suspended players.
Aurier was suspended against Juve, while Ben Davies was preferred over Rose at left-back.
Mousa Dembele is also capable of playing a more withdrawn midfield role, as is utility man Moussa Sissoko.
Harry Kane is sure to start up front, while Hugo Lloris will play in goal.
Marc Pugh has a calf strain, while Tyrone Mings is on the long-term injury list due to a back problem.
The 25-year-old's brace took him to 18 across all competitions this season, and with him up top, and the added reinforcement of Fernando Llorente, the fan favourite's absence may not be as telling as many predict.
He returned from injury in January from a four week lay-off and has started all of the Cherries Premier League since.
Tottenham are unbeaten in their six Premier League games and have won their last three top-flight games to hoist themselves above Chelsea FC. They have won so many Scudetti and have been in the Champions League.
The summer signing from PSG made it two goals in 15 league appearances this season after opening his goal account against Brighton and Hove Albion on December 13.
Despite the disappointment of a Champions League exit earlier this week, Tottenham still have much to play for going into the final stretch.