Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson has written in his prediction column for the BBC that Tottenham Hotspur will beat Swansea City 2-1 tonight.
Spurs are looking to get back to winning ways after Sunday's 2-0 Capital One Cup final defeat to London rivals Chelsea, with Mauricio Pochettino's men enduring a mini-slump in a difficult time of the year.
With no win in the last five games in all competitions, Tottenham need to start picking up wins again if they are to push for a top four place this season.
Tottenham have already beaten Swansea once this season, with Christian Eriksen scoring a last gasp winner in a 2-1 victory at the Liberty Stadium - and Lawrenson is predicting a repeat of that scoreline.
"Garry Monk's side seem able to pick pockets away from home, and they will make a game of it, but I still have a feeling Spurs will return to winning ways at White Hart Lane," wrote Lawrenson in his BBC column.
The Swans are just one place and four points behind Spurs, so a surprise win at White Hart Lane would really pile the pressure on Tottenham ahead of the final few games of the season.
With a clutch of ex-Spurs players such as Wayne Routledge, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Kyle Naughton in the line-up, there will be plenty of Swansea players looking to get revenge over their former employers in what is a potential banana skin game for Spurs.
Yet having won 2-1 so many times this season already, it would be little surprise to see Lawrenson's prediction come true at White Hart Lane.