Roy Hodgson has made one change from Crystal Palace’s 4-0 defeat at Newcastle, with Jeffrey Schlupp coming in for Jean-Philippe Mateta.
The Eagles suffered their heaviest Premier League defeat of the season at St James’ Park.
Spurs are top of the league and Ange Postecoglou has set a new Premier League record for the most points earned by a manager in their first nine games in charge.
Palace: Johnstone, Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell, Doucoure, Lerma, Hughes, Schlupp, Ayew & Edouard.
Subs: Matthews, Clyne, Holding, Richards, Riedewald, Ahamada, Rak-Sakyi, Franca & Mateta.
Spurs: Vicario, Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Davies, Bissouma, Sarr, Maddison, Kulusevski & Son.
Subs: Forster, Royal, Dier, Hojberg, Skipp, Bentancur, Lo Celso, Bryan & Johnson.
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