Two teams currently occupying mid-table positions meet at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday.
The Cherries ascent looks set to continue this season, inspired by the England international.
Liverpool were criticised for leaking goals earlier on in the season, but have now kept three consecutive clean sheets in all competitions.
West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic has had to endure heavy criticism of late.
Newcastle United will face Nottingham Forest in the Championship this evening.
Chelsea travel to the Etihad Stadium for a top of the table Premier League showdown on Saturday lunchtime.
The Arsenal midfielder has been impressed by the German since arriving in London.
All the injury information ahead of Saturday afternoon's clash at White Hart Lane.
The Foxes go in search of their first Premier League win on the road this season at Sunderland.
West Ham meet Arsenal in the late kick-off on Saturday as the two teams look to take all the spoils from the London derby.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will reportedly resist any Tottenham approach for Morgan Schneiderlin.
The Liverpool boss says he knew how big a club Leeds are thanks to their former midfielder.
The Leeds United defender is back and ready to fight for a regular starting spot at Elland Road.
Tottenham lost promising youngster Nya Kirby to Crystal Palace.
America's top talents once flocked to Ibrox, although Rangers' fierce rivals Celtic could be their club of choice in future.
Southampton have signed a number of players from Celtic in recent seasons.
Liverpool are set to be without Philippe Coutinho for an extended period, after he suffered an ankle injury at the weekend.
Leeds should move for Leicester's Polish international Bartosz Kapustka.
Trader goes nuts!
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers did not have the most success in the transfer window last summer.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that investment management firm Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO) agreed to retain an independent compliance consultant and pay nearly $20m to settle charges that it misled investors about the performance of one its first actively managed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and failed to accurately value certain fund securities.
Dymon Asia Capital (Singapore)’s currency hedge fund gained an estimated 22% in the first 25 days of November as bets on weaker Asian currencies paid off, with some investors making triple that gain by putting money into a highly leveraged version.
November was the best month in history for the banks as the SPDR S&P Bank ETF gained 18.69 percent, outperforming the broader S&P 500.