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TOTTENHAM v BOURNEMOUTH
Spurs are bidding to win seven consecutive top flight matches for the first time since 1967 – and close the gap on league leaders Chelsea to four points.
And Mauricio Pochettino will have Harry Kane to call on from the start after his return from injury against Watford last weekend.
More good news for Spurs is that Victor Wanyama is fit again after aggravating a back injury during the warm-up last weekend.
Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings could return after serving a five-match ban. Junior Stanislas may feature after a groin strain.
Glenn Hoddle: Tottenham 2 Bournemouth 0
Harry Harris: Tottenham 4 Bournemouth 0
Dave Smith: Tottenham 4 Bournemouth 1
CRYSTAL PALACE v LEICESTER
The Eagles bounced back brilliantly from their defeat to Southampton by embarrassing Arsenal – and have five wins from the last six league games.
Palace full back Patrick van Aanholt has returned to training following an ankle injury and is available to Sam Allardyce.
Loic Remy is nearing a comeback from a calf problem but is one of six Palace players unavailable this weekend.
Leicester captain Wes Morgan will miss a sixth straight match because of a back injury, although he may be fit to face Atletico Madrid on Tuesday.
Glenn Hoddle: Crystal Palace 2 Leicester 1
Harry Harris: Crystal Palace 1 Leicester 0
Dave Smith: Crystal Palace 2 Leicester 1
EVERTON v BURNLEY
Ronald Koeman’s Toffees can claim fifth place with victory over a Burnley side needing four points to reach the so-called ‘magical forty’.
An eighth consecutive home win for Everton would be their best top-flight run since January to April 1990.
Everton defender Ashley Williams returns from suspension for the visit of the Clarets but Aaron Lennon is still missing. Muhamed Besic is nearing a first team return following nine months out with a serious knee injury.
Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is fit, having played only twice in ten weeks because of various injuries.
Glenn Hoddle: Everton 2 Burnley 0
Harry Harris: Everton 2 Burnley 0
Dave Smith: Everton 2 Burnley 0