On Wednesday evening Aston Villa play Tottenham in the Premier League and Tottenham will be hoping to continue their good form.
Things are looking good for Tottenham; they have odds of 11/10 on winning while the best on Villa are 43/15.
Villa manager Paul Lambert will be assessing the fitness of striker Gabriel Agbonlahor, Charles N’Zogbia and Captain Ron Vlaar.
Agbonlahor and Vlaar have both been out for a number of matches due to injury while N’Zogbia injured his knee in training last week.
Stiker Darren Bent is still out with a hamstring injury and Richard Dunne is undergoing rehab work following a third groin operation.
Tottenham may be without forward Clint Dempsey due to a groin problem while Bonoit Assou-Ekotto may make his comeback from a knee injury. There is also a chance that Scott Parker could make his first start of the season.
Manager Andre Villas-Boas will be hoping that this match is the chance Spurs need to go into the top four. On the other hand, Villa will be hoping to prove itself after the 8-0 thrashing by Chelsea last weekend and some of their previous performances, such as the 3-1 win against Liverpool show that the team cannot be taken for granted.