David de Gea – Spurs will create plenty of chances so he’ll need to be at his best.
Chris Smalling – Let’s see how he fares up against arguably the league’s best striker this season.
Daley Blind – He pocketed Romelu Lukaku last week, can he do it again with Kane?
Jesse Lingard – He’s in the good books since his performance against Manchester City for sure.
Juan Mata – Spurs have a tight knit defence who press extremely well, somebody with intricate passing like Mata could prove to be the pivotal player for us.
Anthony Martial – Our main danger point for sure.
Marcus Rashford – He needs a break from the team but with a lack of alternative and him playing so well, I can’t see that coming just yet.
Formation: 4-2-3-1 – Two holding midfielders at White Hart Lane combined with a very fast front three in front of Mata would give us our best chance of hitting hard on the counter-attack.