"Unfortunately since our last camp Gareth has not trained".
Giggs' decision to allow Bale to rehabilitate with his the north London side during the worldwide break has gone down well with Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho.
"I hope the national team coaches they have their data and they realise how many minutes Tottenham players have played this week and I hope they care about the players and they protect them because Tottenham players this week they have an incredible amount of minutes and work and it's very, very risky". JPlaying a game and then playing again a few days later is very hard.
Mourinho also used the reporter's question about Son to alert global managers about the heavy workload completed by Tottenham's players in recent weeks, hoping they will look after his squad members while they are with national teams.
"Sonny, of course, is not playing tomorrow".
Along with three Premier League matches and the Carabao clash with Chelsea, Spurs have also had two Europa League qualifiers in Bulgaria and Macedonia - and will host Israel's Maccabi Haifa on Thursday night.
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"I believe that the two weeks of the worldwide break can be important weeks to his last phase of recovery and fitness problems".
'He's at a club he knows well with a very good manager and he's said himself it's like going back home.
Giggs added: "No, I think Gareth will be concentrating on his new club and getting himself right for when he is fit and able to play for Spurs".
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is recalled, having missed both of September's games.
"I believe the two weeks of worldwide can be important for his last phase of his recovering and fitness, hopefully to play when we come back for the weekend after the national teams".
Luton defender Tom Lockyer is out with an ankle injury while experienced defender Ashley Williams, who is now without a club, has been overlooked.
Defender Rhys Norrington-Davies, on loan at Luton Town from Sheffield United, earns a first call-up.