Fit again forwards Harry Kane and Son Heung-min will both start against Manchester United, according to Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho.
Giovani Lo Celso will have an injury assessed and Dele Alli is banned for a social media post mocking coronavirus.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has recovered from a stress fracture in his back.
Paul Pogba is also available after an ankle problem but defenders Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones are injured.
It is going to be interesting to see how Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer puts his team together now he has players back fit.
Earlier in the season, he was having to mix and match in midfield but now he has Paul Pogba back to play alongside Bruno Fernandes and they are both players of real quality.
Tottenham have benefitted from the break too of course, in the way they have Harry Kane back available after suffering a spell where they were short of strikers and struggling for results.
Both of these teams will have their eye on a top-five finish, which might get them into the Champions League. A win would be a big boost for both of them but I think they will share the points here.
We know what Spurs boss Jose Mourinho is like – he will just not want to lose his first game back, especially against his former club and rivals for a European place.
But on top of that, I just think the circumstances will mean this game lacks the usual intensity you would expect when these teams meet.
- Manchester United have won three of the last four meetings in all competitions, losing one.
- United could win consecutive Premier League away matches against Spurs for the first time since a run of six between September 2001 and February 2007.
- Tottenham are winless in their last six games in all competitions.
- They have kept four league clean sheets this season, the joint fewest in the division.
- Spurs have never won a competitive match in June. most recently losing last season’s Champions League final against Liverpool.
- Jose Mourinho has lost all three of his league games as Spurs head coach against sides he has formerly managed.
- Harry Kane has scored just twice in 11 Premier League appearances against United. Kane’s ratio of a goal every 457 minutes is his worst against any Premier League opponent.
- Son Heung-min has scored in five successive Spurs appearances in all competitions.
- United are unbeaten in 11 matches in all competitions, winning eight, scoring 29 times and keeping nine clean sheets.
- They have kept four clean sheets in their last five top-flight matches, as many as in their previous 35 Premier League games combined.
- However, United have only won four of their past 18 Premier League away matches.
- Nemanja Matic could make his 200th Premier League appearance.
- Since his Premier League debut, Bruno Fernandes leads United’s charts for goal involvement (two goals, three assists), chances created (11) and most shots (19).