- Sky Sports
Tottenham will be looking for six successive Premiership wins as they host Crystal Palace.
Spurs are in as good a form as any team in England at the moment and they will fancy their chances against a Palace side who have not won since October.
Tottenham, though, do not have the greatest record against other capital-based teams this season and have failed to win any of their five London derbies so far.
Coming off the back of their win over Norwich, Tottenham are expected to make changes.
Jermain Defoe was surprisingly left on the bench at Carrow Road, but he should be reinstated to the starting line-up.
There is concern over the fitness of Thimothee Atouba who has a foot problem and young Swiss star Reto Ziegler is on stand-by to replace him.
Simon Davies and Sean Davis are still absent from the midfield, where Michael Brown - who scored the winner at Norwich - is expected to keep his place.
Palace boss Iain Dowie has limited resources and only so many options are available to him.
He was pleased with the way his side played last time out, even though they went down 1-0 to Portsmouth.
Not too many changes can be expected, but Emmerson Boyce may be recalled after being rested for the Pompey clash.
Skysports.com prediction: 2-1
Hard to see anything other than a win for in-form Spurs.