Tottenham host an in-form Arsenal, hoping to avenge the 4-2 league defeat they suffered at the Emirates earlier this season. Spurs go into the fixture off the back of two defeats and know they must up their game if they are to get anything from Saturday's clash.
Arsenal, however, has found some good form after a few less-than-convincing displays. The Gunners have moved up the table into fourth and now look to close the gap between them and their city rivals to only one point.
Dele Alli is the only certain absentee for Saturday's game. The English star has missed nine games so far with a thigh strain and will be unavailable for the clash against Arsenal. Harry Kane may face FA prosecution, following an alleged head-butt after a coming together with Cesar Azpilicueta in Wednesday's match against Chelsea.
For the Gunners, Hector Bellerin, Danny Welbeck and Rob Holding remain the only players unavailable, as they all have yet to recover from long-term injuries. Stephan Lichsteiner is expected to be available after recovering from the back issue he picked up against Southampton.