Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur live stream, BT Sport, Saturday 11 September, 12.30pm BST
Tottenham will be looking to maintain their perfect start to the season when they visit Crystal Palace in the early kick-off on Saturday.
Spurs did not have a straightforward summer, with speculation over the future of Harry Kane overshadowing everything else. But now that the window has closed, Tottenham will be delighted with the business they did over the summer. Nuno Espirito Santo's side have also made a terrific start to the season on the pitch, winning all three games to sit top of the Premier League table heading into the weekend.
Spurs have perhaps been a little fortunate to have accumulated maximum points to date, and the football has not exactly been thrilling. Yet there is a definitely a better atmosphere around the club now than there was six months ago, and Tottenham's start suggests they should not be written off in the race for the top four. Their defensive solidity early on also bodes well, with Spurs having kept clean sheets in each of their three matches so far.
Palace are still awaiting their first win of the campaign, but there are tentative signs that they are moving in the right direction. Palace were poor in a 3-0 defeat by Chelsea on the opening weekend, and then demonstrated a lack of cutting edge in a 0-0 draw with Brentford. A spirited display against West Ham, in which Patrick Vieira's side twice came from behind to draw 2-2, has raised spirits, though - as has an excellent transfer window in which Palace strengthened every area of their squad.
Tottenham will be missing Cristian Romero, Giovani Lo Celso and Davinson Sanchez due to quarantine regulations. Oliver Skipp and Son Heung-min are set to miss out through injury, while Steven Bergwijn and Ryan Sessegnon need to be assessed.
Palace will be unable to call upon Jeff Schlupp, Ebere Eze and Nathan Ferguson, while Luka Milivojevic lacks match fitness. Odsonne Edouard, Will Hughes and Michael Olise could all make their debuts.
Kick-off is at 12.30pm BST and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1 the UK.
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