Tottenham received a major boost ahead of their Champions League clash with Real Madrid on Wednesday with Mauricio Pochettino confirming - in comments reported by the Daily Mirror - that Harry Kane is in contention to play against Los Blancos after the striker recovered from a hamstring injury. But in a further boost for Spurs fans, the Mirror is now reporting that the 24-year-old will start at Wembley as Pochettino's men attempt to continue their unbeaten start to the Champions League group-stages. Kane has missed Tottenham's last two games, and in his absence, the side have lost both. They were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by West Ham and then beaten 1-0 away at Manchester United at the weekend.