Nottingham Forest are up into 14th and as far away from the relegation zone a they've ever been ahead of a trip to north London with Tottenham Hotspur looking for a swift return to the win column after two domestic defeats in a row.
It's looking like being another trophyless season for the Lilywhites with them exiting the FA Cup two weeks ago to Sheffield United. Worse yet, the club went on to lose to Wolverhampton Wanders in the league last weekend, although this does keep them in fourth and in contention to stay in the Champions League for next season. However, Brighton & Hove Albion have three games in hand over them and should the Seagulls win all three, Spurs could drop into fifth and potentially lower. They did, however, defeat West Ham United and Chelsea 2-0 apiece in the games before their recent losing run.
Forest got a point against Everton last time out after Brennan Johnson stole the show with a goal in either half the game. Steve Cooper's men fought from behind on two occasions that day and they are now only behind the likes of Wolves just above them by a point with a game in hand.
Better yet, Cooper's side are above Everton by four points with a game in hand in terms of the fight for relegation. On the other hand, only the Toffees have scored fewer goals than Forest's terrible record of 20.
Harry Kane will be looking for another goal in this one as he has now netted 18 times in 26 games and has outscored his record of 17 from last season. The England captain has scored 20 times this campaign and two of those goals came in the return fixture against Forest.
This game is also set to see Antonio Conte return to the sidelines after a bout of illness.
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