Aaron Lennon should have recovered from a groin injury in time to play in Sunday’s north London derby against Arsenal at White Hart Lane, a game Harry Redknapp’s team are 11/1 with bookmaker to win 2-0.
The Tottenham winger had to be substituted at half-time as Spurs came from behind to record a 3-1 Europa League victory against Shamrock Rovers on Thursday.
Lennon will be given every chance of featuring against the Gunners and is 14/1 to open the scoring.
Redknapp said: “Aaron’s okay. He said his groin was a bit stiff and he didn’t feel he could play on but I don’t think it’s too bad.”