Spurs travel to Wales to take on a Swansea side in the early Sunday kickoff. With four wins from 5 in the Premier League since their 5-0 drubbing at home to Liverpool, Spurs come in to this game with a new lease of life under Tim Sherwood.
Swansea are winless in 7 league games and they now sit just three points above the drop zone. After their win at Old Trafford (followed by a defeat there a few days later), they have shown they can compete with the 'elite' in this league, and can give Spurds a good run for their money.
However, the price is appealing for Spurs here, very appealing. Swansea are without several players that would usually start, most notably Michu. Dyer could miss out again after his ankle injury sustained at Norwich before Christmas. First choice 'keeper Vorm is hoping to be fit for this game, which would be a welcome boost to a side who haven't managed a clean sheet in 7 games. Even if he returns, Spurs have a strong squad and a new sense of purpose since Sherwood has taken over. Eriksen was key last weekend, and I think he will play his part again here.