Victorious before last month’s international break with a 3-1 triumph over West Ham to make it two league wins on the spin, Antonio Conte’s Spurs team need to ensure they maintain their good form in the top-four race.
With Arsenal not in action until Monday evening when they travel across the capital to face Crystal Palace, Tottenham can draw level on points with their rivals in fourth and potentially leapfrog them if they win by three goals or more.
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Newcastle, on the other hand, come into the game in 14th the following two slender defeats against Chelsea and Everton in their last two Premier League matches.
Our Tottenham correspondents Alasdair Gold and Rob Guest are covering the match with all the action from inside the stadium and reaction from the supporters and media.