Tottenham will be aiming to give their Champions League hopes a boost tomorrow night as they welcome Crystal Palace to North London.

Jose Mourinho’s side look to be hitting a purple patch at the perfect time this season and the Portuguese boss will be confident of a late run.

And with no fresh injuries from their midweek win at Fulham, he could go unchanged against Palace, meaning Gareth Bale and Dele Alli both stay in the team.

As for Palace, boss Roy Hodgson knows they are edging ever closer to Premier League survival and he’ll be looking to keep a steady ship in this one.

James McCarthy has joined a growing injury list at the club however, with star man Wilf Zaha and Mamadou Sakho still sidelined.

Jairo Riedewald will come in for the McCarthy in the engine room as Hodgson keeps his changes to a minimum.

And it’s all set up for a 7.15pm start tomorrow night at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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