The north London club are on a stellar run after remaining unbeaten in their last 11 games in the Premier League, having registered 10 victories during this time
Wilkinson, Shawcross, Huth, Higginbotham
Pennant, Whitehead, Whelan, Etherington
Walker, Kaboul, King, Assou-Ekotto
Lennon, Parker, Modric, Bale
Van der Vaart
Meanwhile, Rory Delap missed the victory over Everton with a back injury, but he should at least be able to make the bench for this clash.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will not be able to use the services of David Bentley (knee), Michael Dawson (Achilles), Tom Huddlestone (ankle) or Jermaine Jenas (Achilles).
Several players are doubts for this fixture, with Gareth Bale recovering from a knock, while Jermain Defoe is dealing with a hamstring problem. Ledley King has yet again encountered a knee problem, while Niko Kranjcar is recovering from a thigh injury. Roman Pavlyuchenko was previously ruled out for the game against PAOK, but could be fit for the upcoming game. But it is unlikely that he might be handed a place in the starting line-up.
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- Stoke City have lost four of their last six games in the Premier League. But they have won their last two.
- The Potters have beaten Spurs 16 times in league games at home, but have lost 11 games as well. A further nine ended as draws.
- Over the course of the the two clubs' existence, Stoke have managed to put 94 goals past the north London club's defence, while conceding 126 in the process.
- Tottenham Hotspur have won four of the last five Premier League games between the two sides, including two victories at the Britannia Stadium.
- Gareth Bale (pictured right) has scored four goals and created four more in his last five games in the Premier League.
- Harry Redknapp's men are currently undefeated in their last 11 league games, and are on a run of six consecutive victories.
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