The Vitality Stadium plays host to an intriguing encounter this weekend as two in-form sides meet on the south coast.
Tottenham's Christian Eriksen takes a free kick
Having negotiated one tricky away tie against a team in red and black this week already in the form of Bayer Leverkusen, Tottenham travel to Bournemouth to face another on Saturday lunchtime.
The Cherries will be full of confidence after their thumping 6-1 win over Hull last weekend, while Tottenham will be conscious of the fact they will go top - for a few hours at least - with three points at the Vitality Stadium.
The Key Battle - Junior Stanislas vs Danny Rose
Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas celebrates scoring their fourth goal
The Bournemouth winger has been in fine form of late, netting a brace against Hull to follow up a fine match-winning strike against Everton. England international Rose has also impressed this season, making this particular clash the one to watch.
The most recent encounter between these two sides ended in a comfortable 3-0 win for Tottenham at White Hart Lane in March. The result completed the double for Spurs, who won 5-1 at the Vitality Stadium when the two teams met in October last year.
Tottenham's Son Heung-min applauds the fans after the match
Recent league form – most recent last:
Bournemouth - DWLWDW
Tottenham - DWWWWD
Who’s the ref?
Craig Pawson will be in control of proceedings on Saturday. The South Yorkshire-based official sent off Bournemouth's Harry Arter in the Cherries defeat at West Ham, so far his only sending off in the seven matches he has overseen this season.
Bournemouth's Harry Arter in action with Everton's Gareth Barry
What time is kick off?
The match starts at 12.30pm
Where can I watch it?
Sky Sports 1 is the place to catch this one, with coverage beginning at 11.30pm
Bournemouth - 13/5
Draw - 13/5
Tottenham - 19/20