Tottenham v Hull City
It's been a strange few weeks for Spurs. Having lost their unbeaten record at Chelsea (no disgrace there) they then went on to beat Swansea by a big scoreline (5-0) before going on to put in a somewhat lacklustre performance at Old Trafford (0-1).
In truth Man Utd have improved considerably in the past few weeks and historically have an excellent record against Tottenham. But what will concern Mauricio Pochettino was the lack of clear-cut chances. This wasn't Chelsea's glorious defence they were up against, it was Darmian, Rojo and co.
Moussa Sissoko has been a disappointment since his big summer move but he was one of the brighter players for them on Sunday afternoon, making plenty of raids down that right wing and delivering some decent crosses after coming off the bench. A place in the starting XI for the Frenchman might mean a place on the bench for either Dele Alli or Heung-Min Son.
Sunday was only the second time this season Eric Dier didn't start but he might get a recall if Mousa Dembele doesn't recover from a foot injury.
Erik Lamela and Vincent Janssen are definitely out.
A price of 1.261/4 tells you all you need to know about the very real prospect of Hull being relegated.
They're suffering from classic relegation syndrome: far too many goals conceded, not nearly enough scored. Even when they finally found their shooting boots against Palace at the weekend, scoring three, they still failed to win the match.
Robert Snodgrass has been one of only two real positives for Hull this season. The Scot has five goals and two assists. The other is Michael Dawson, who made 236 PL appearances for Spurs. The goals his side have leaked have very rarely been his fault.
Match Odds/Tottenham win to nil
Very hard to make a case for anything other than a Spurs win.
Pick your favourite Opta stat: Hull have lost all of their last five away from home, failing to score in their last three. Or: Hull have failed to score in 11 of their last 16 Premier League games in London.
There's also the fact that Spurs are unbeaten in their last seven against Hull, with five of those being wins. They've also won all of their last 12 at home against newly-promoted sides.
But if odds of 1.261/4 understandably aren't your cup of tea, then you might be tempted by 1.910/11 on Spurs winning to nil. The Tigers were toothless at Middlesbrough a couple of weeks ago and Snodgrass aside, it's hard to see where their attacking threat is meant to come from.
With Toby Alderweireld back fit and everyone else available, Spurs can shut Hull out.
I'm never a fan of taking odds-on about a player to score anytime, even though you can see why that's the case with Harry Kane. Opta tell us he's got five in his last three in matches at White Hart Lane and if Spurs score three or four, it would be highly surprising if Kane wasn't among them. But we'll still give him a miss.
Christian Eriksen- with his constant threat from free-kicks - now has three in his last three games after a brace at home to Swansea a couple of weeks ago and should be available at around 2.68/5. Son will be around the 2.35/4 mark but one negative you get with him is that he very rarely plays 90 minutes so maybe you don't get full value for your money.
If you do fancy Hull to get one, Snodgrass is your man. His five goals are three more than anyone else has and with him you get the added bonus of his free kicks and penalties, which might just be Hull's best chance of a goal. You might get him matched as big as 8.07/1.
Andre Marriner is in charge here. He's shown 4.4 yellows a game this season in all competitions and showed three reds and nine yellows in one game back in September when Ajax played Panathinaikos in the Europa League. Interestingly, five of Spurs' seven home games to date have had at least 45 points in the bookings odds market so if you see some 2.56/4 or better about that, it might be worth going for it.
1pt Back Tottenham to win to nil @ 1.910/11