Spurs are unbeaten since Scott Parker joined and he is set to make his 350th Premier League appearance, while the Baggies look to make it back-to-back home wins
Reid, Olsson, McAuley, Shorey
Brunt, Mulumbu, Morrison, Thomas
Walker, Kaboul, King, Assou-Ekotto
Lennon, Modric, Parker, Bale
Van der Vaart
Graham Dorrans turned his ankle at the end of the win against Bolton Wanderers and Paul Scharner has a grade one tear to the medial ligament in his left knee. Both players are battling to make the match.
Tottenham are still missing David Bentley, Michael Dawson and Tom Huddlestone, but have no other injury problems.
|DID YOU KNOW|
- Scott Parker (pictured right) is set to make his 350th Premier League appearance; since he joined Tottenham Hotspur they have won eight of their nine matches, drawing the other.
- Jermain Defoe scored five goals for Spurs against a Charlton XI on Tuesday, two years exactly to the day that he hit five against Wigan in a 9-1 win.
- Tottenham have scored 12 goals in the first-half of matches and conceded just three – they are top of the first-half table.
- Harry Redknapp's charges have also scored at least two goals in nine of their 12 matches.
- Spurs have the third best record away from home with 13 points from their six matches.
- They are one of two clubs (alongside Fulham) who have not scored a penalty this year.
- West Bromwich Albion scored only their fourth and fifth goals at home against Bolton.
- The 2-1 win was just their second home win all season.
- Shane Long’s header was only their first goal from a cross in the league.
- Roy Hodgson's men are the only side not to have scored in the last 10 minutes of any match.
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