Tottenham succumbed to a 2-1 loss at Chelsea last time out and means they have won just one of their last 10 competitive outings.
They have, though, won their five home league meetings with Swansea and should be confident of returning to winning ways here.
Swansea’s 5-4 win at Crystal Palace last weekend ended an 11-game winless run in all competitions. Victory lifted the Swans off the foot of the table and within two points of a place outside the relegation zone.
However, Spurs have what it takes to inflict defeat upon the Swans.
Tottenham – Danny Rose returns from suspension having sat out the 2-1 loss at Chelsea and is expected to come back into the XI in place of Kevin Wimmer. Naija and Bet
Mauricio Pochettino, though, is without Ben Davies and Erik Lamela due to injury.
Toby Alderweireld has trained with the team this week and will be assessed prior to kick off, but could make his return from a knee injury here.
Swansea – Ki Sung-yueng is Bob Bradley’s only injury concern ahead of the trip to Tottenham.
Fernando Llorente could come into the starting XI having bagged a brace in the 5-4 win against Crystal Palace from the bench last weekend.
Other than that, Bradley may not opt to make wholesale changes to his side.
Tottenham have won 8 of their last 9 matches against Swansea in all competitions.
Tottenham have seen over 2.5 goals in their last 5 matches against Swansea in all competitions.
Tottenham have scored at least 2 goals in their last 5 matches against Swansea in all competitions.
Tottenham are undefeated in their last 6 home matches in Premier League.
Swansea have failed to win their last 5 away matches (Premier League).