Tottenham welcome London rivals Crystal Palace to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday.
Tottenham are currently ninth in league after picking up impressive points away at City and Arsenal, as well as beating Aston Villa on the opening day.
Crystal Palace have had an even better start to the season and find themselves fourth in the table.
Impressive victories away at Manchester United and at home to Aston Villa has made it a lot brighter for Roy Hodgson’s side.
Palace have an incredible away record at the top six and are the last side to beat Liverpool , Manchester City , Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea at their respective grounds. They will be looking to add Tottenham to that list.
Here's all the info you need ahead of the match...
Where is the match?
The match will take place at Spurs' home ground The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
When is the match?
What TV channel is the match on?
As it is a 3pm kick off it will not be broadcasted live in England.
Can you live stream the match?
Due to UK broadcasting rights, you are unable to livestream the match.
Tottenham team news
Giovani Lo Celso is out for seven weeks with a hip injury he picked up whilst on international duty for Argentina.
Juan Foyth is out for three weeks with an ankle injury.
Kyle Walker Peters, Eric Dier and Ryan Sessegnon could all be back in the next few days.
Crystal Palace team news
Palace are without Martin Kelly who has a groin injury.
Although Scott Dann and James Tomkins are expected to return in the next few days.
Match Odds:Courtesy of Thepools.com
Crystal Palace 15/2
Harry Kane 11/5
Son Heung-Min 4/1
Lucas Moura 9/2