Newly bought Newcastle United will look to get a win over Spurs in front of a packed St James’ Park for this game.
Steve Bruce had expected to be sacked when the club was bought in the week, but they have given him another game to manage the team.
It is only a matter of time before they sack him and he would want to crown his 1,000th game as a manager with a win in this match.
Newcastle is 18th on the league table ahead of this match and they direly need the three points.
Spurs are 9th on the league table and a win could push them up to 5th, but another defeat will send alarm bells ringing for Nuno Espirito Santo.
Newcastle has had a terrible campaign so far with three draws and two losses from their last five games in the league.
Spurs won their last league game 2-1 against Aston Villa, but they had been defeated in their previous three and risk slumping in this game.
Their preparation for the game was hampered by reports that two of their players have been down with covid-19 and they will now look to still earn the points despite the disappointing news.