Brighton & Hove Albion can become the first team in any country to win three successive home matches against Jose Mourinho.
Brighton have taken four points from their last two Premier League matches (W1 D1), as many as from their previous eight outings (W0 D4 L4), and are looking to keep a third consecutive PL clean sheet for the first time since October 2018.
Coming into this round of matches, Spurs have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes of PL fixtures than any other side this season, but no team have conceded fewer in this timeframe this term than Brighton, with only one.
Spurs are aiming to extend their 12-match unbeaten streak against teams starting the day in the bottom four (W6 D6).
Spurs striker Harry Kane is a doubt after sustaining injuries to both of his ankles in the loss to Liverpool on Thursday night.