The London rivals will fight for a place in the top four in Sunday’s derby following defeats for Brighton and Everton earlier in the weekend.
David Moyes’ side come into the London Stadium clash on boisterous form having downed Genk 3-0 in the Europa League on Thursday, off the back of a similarly vital victory at Everton.
Tottenham’s Premier League form has been remarkably up and down – three wins followed by three defeats followed by two wins – as Nuno Espirito Santo continues to find his feet in North London.
The 1-0 loss at Vitesse Arnhem on Thursday may have been a big disappointment but the saving grace for the manager is his decision to rest all 11 starters from the Premier League win at Newcastle, meaning they are fit and ready to go on Sunday.
With kick-off at 2pm, join Jack Rosser and Dan Kilpatrick from London Stadium for all the derby drama…
Early team news
David Moyes is set to pick from a pretty full squad for this afternoon’s game.
Michail Antonio was rested for the win over Genk on Thursday and will surely return here, though Vladimir Coufal is unlikely to feature as he recovers from a groin injury.
Meanwhile, Nuno Espirito Santo changed his entire team for the defeat in the Netherlands.
The starting XI from last Sunday’s 3-2 win at Newcastle are all expected to return at the London Stadium, having remained at Hotspur Way to train under the instruction of assistant head-coach Ian Cathro.
How to watch
TV channel: The match will be televised on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the Sky Go app.
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