Fulham’s win against Wigan last weekend was easy for them and Martin Jol’s side followed that up with a 4-1 win over Wisla Krakow at Craven Cottage on Thursday.
Jol comes up against his former side for the first time since they sacked him back in October 2007 and will be eager to get one over the club who treated him so poorly. Spurs have had problems so far this week after the surgery of manager Harry Redknapp saw him miss the midweek clash with Rubin Kazan in the Europa League. Redknapp could be in the stands for the game at Craven Cottage and Spurs will be keen to extend their current run of form with six wins in their last seven league games. Tottenham have the ability to beat Fulham, but the Cottagers will take advantage of Spurs’ managerial worries to win 3-1.