Spurs will host newly promoted side Fulham at Wembley this Saturday.
Its a fixture to spot out the quality of spending Fulham have done in the summer. On one hand, Tottenham had a disappointing transfer window – maybe worse in the history meanwhile Fulham did some quality business in the summer transfer window.
Fulham look to get their first win of the season against the mighty Tottenham and Spurs will be looking to earn some momentum with a second consecutive win of the season.
Head to head
Tottenham and Fulham have played a total of 26 matches against each other, with the North London club (Tottenham) winning 14 of them. Fulham has only managed to scrape 6 victories against Spurs.
There has been 6 draws between both sides.
Injured players like Erik Lamela and Harry Winks have all returned to training, while Heung Min Son is yet to arrive as he is with his national side South Korea in the Asian games. Harry Winks may be rested considering the fact he has just returned to training.
Harry Kane, Eriksen and Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura will try to keep Fulham calm throughout the match.
Fulham did0 some good business bringing in the likes of Sergio Rico, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Calum Chambers , Luciano Vietto, Andre Schurrle , Maxime Le Marchand, Fabricio , Joe Bryan, Alfie Mawson , Aleksandr Mitrovic , Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Jean Michael Seri.
Fulham would look to put their opening match defeat behind them and win their first match of the season and prove the quality of players they brought in the summer.
Tottenham XI: Hugo Lloris, Kieran Trippier, Davinson Sanchez, Jan Vertonghen, Ben Davies, Moussa Dembele, Christian Eriksen, Lucas Moura, Dele Alli, Heung Min Son, Harry Kane
Fulham XI: Fabricio, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Calum Chambers, Maxime Le Marchand, Joe Bryan, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, Tom Cairney, Jean Michael Seri, Andre Schurrle, Aleksandr Mitrovic, Ryan Sessegnon