Tottenham will strive for their fourth straight victory when they travel north to take on Aston Villa on Saturday.
Brighton, West Ham and Newcastle have all fallen to Antonio Conte's men in recent weeks - a run which has seen Spurs leapfrog Arsenal into the top four on goal difference. They have played a game extra, however, so a win here is crucial to keep up the pressure.
There are no fresh injury concerns for the boss, so here's how Conte could line up.
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Hugo Lloris (GK) - You still feel as though Lloris always has a mistake in him, but he's one of the division's top stoppers when on form.
Cristian Romero (CB) - Speaking of one of the division's best, what a signing this man has been so far.
Eric Dier (CB) - Dier looks rejuvenated under Conte, in one of the best comeback stories of the campaign.
Ben Davies (CB) - Davies' creativity and movement from the left side has been crucial.
Emerson Royal (RM) - Bagged his first goal of the season last time out and is attracting interest from Atletico Madrid.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (CM) - With Oliver Skipp still out, there's no doubt that Hojbjerg will continue.
Rodrigo Bentanur (CM) - Another impressive signing by Spurs. Bentancur has done a nice job since his January arrival.
Matt Doherty (LM) - Sergio Reguilon is back in training but unlikely to replace Doherty after his impressive run of form.
Dejan Kulusevski (RF) - Yet another top signing. Kulusevski has been on fire.
Harry Kane (ST) - Obviously.
Son Heung-min (LF) - With three goals and an assist in his last two games, Son is clearly feeling good right now.