Following Wednesday’s victorious visit to Leicester, Spurs now head to out-of-sorts London rivals Crystal Palace, looking to continue their good league form on the march to Champions League football.

The Eagles sit eighth in the table but have experienced a recent slump, failing to score in their past five games and struggling without an established goal scorer leading their attack.

In addition to this, the South Londoners will be without danger man, Yannick Bolasie whose comeback from injury was hampered earlier this week, when the winger was unfortunately involved in a car crash.

However, Palace still have some talented players and the Spurs defensive unit must be on top form in order for the Lilywhites to take anything from Selhurst Park.

Take a look at our predicted XI:

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