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Tottenham boss Antonio Conte will be looking to extend his unbeaten return to the Premier League as Spurs host Brentford in midweek action.

Conte’s Tottenham side have enjoyed an extended break from games in recent days following on from their snow enforced postponement at Burnley last weekend.

On the back of that, there’s no change on the injury front for Conte with Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso both still out.

However, after an indifferent run in recent weeks, Dele Alli and Davison Sanchez could come back into the Tottenham side.

But the picture is not as bright for Brentford, despite the Bees returning winning ways against Everton.

Thomas Frank is still without Kristoffer Ajer, David Raja and Mathias Jorgensen but Sergi Canos and Rico Henry should be fit to come back.

This London derby could spark either side into life in December and it kicks off with a 7.30pm start on Thursday night at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Feargal Brennan

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