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Spurs are huge favourites to claim all three points at the best odds of 2/5 at Skybet. "We have deserved all nine points". Their only league defeat of the season has come away at West Ham, and in their last fixture, they picked up a goalless draw at Burnley.

Huddersfield are hoping to have striker Steve Mounie back after a heel injury that has kept him out of the last couple of games, but he may have to wait until after the worldwide break to be fit to start. He had to miss their last couple of games but it could be very likely that he returns only after the global break to be fit enough to start.

Jon Stankovic, Kasey Palmer, Danny Williams and Collin Quaner are all definitely out.

Huddersfield will need to successfully break the channel between Alderweireld and Trippier to disrupt Spurs. The home side's back line has been very strong this season, so they will hope to restrict Kane as much as possible.

Huddersfield Town: 4-3-2-1 Jonas Loessl, Mathias Jorgensen, Chris Loewe, Christopher Schindler, Tom Smith, Jonathan Hogg, Aaron Mooy, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Elias Kachunga, Thomas Ince, and Laurent Depoitre.

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Attack: Spurs will be able to call upon Dele Alli once again after he served a European suspension during the win at APOEL while Christian Eriksen should overcome illness to return in attack.

He will have the chance to add to his tally this weekend when Spurs take on Huddersfield Town. Eric Dier will continue to be in the rotation to play, and after his good match against APOEL, one would think that Harry Winks has now played himself into the rotation alongside Moussa Sissoko.

The Terriers are still eighth in the Premier League despite not winning any of their last four Premier League games, although they have lost just one of their last six games. You don't get promoted to the Premier League to run and hide from the biggest sides in the land, and Town should remember that this weekend. Sure, Huddersfield have only given up three goals in that time frame, but Tottenham are a step above. They have to be behind us from the first whistle.

The England ace is still on a high after netting a ideal hat-trick against APOEL in the Champions League game midweek.

The stage is set for Kane to grab the spotlight following a month wherein he's been in a lot of headlines for his fiery form.

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