Fortunes have been mixed for Spurs' English quintet so far at the Euros.
Spurs star Dele Alli has spoken of his pleasure at performing alongside his club mates on international duty for the Three Lions, in quotes published by tottenhamhotspur.com.
All five Tottenham representatives have started England’s first two Euro 2016 games, with Eric Dier and Kyle Walker particularly impressing and being voted man of the match in the first and second games, respectively.
England's Eric Dier celebrates after scoring their first goal
"Yeah, it's been great so far, and to be able to do it with the other boys from Spurs is great too,” said Alli. “They've all been in good form and deserved the awards!"
England snatched a late win against Wales on Thursday to put them on top spot in the group and all but guarantee their progress to the last 16, but Alli has warned against any complacency.
England's Kyle Walker shoots
"It's important that we understand that the job isn't finished yet, we still have to go into the final game and try to win it, so that's what we'll look to do," he added.
Kane, most notably, has come under fire for his recent lackluster displays for England and was substituted for Daniel Sturridge at half-time against Wales.
England's Harry Kane
The introduction of Sturridge and Jamie Vardy did the trick for Roy Hodgson and saw the Three Lions overturn the one-goal deficit, making it highly unlikely Kane will get the nod to lead the line against Slovakia.
Alli meanwhile, has struggled to make an impact in his first two games and could face a similar exit from the first-team with the likes of Jack Wilshere pushing for involvement in the coming games.
That being said, the Spurs starlet has proven time and again that he is capable of changing a game in an instant and Roy Hodgson may be reluctant to remove that element from his team.