That record - the best in the league in terms of goals conceded - includes being breached defensively just three times at the Britannia Stadium.
Tony Pulis' men have also lost just three times on the road with five draws in their nine matches so far.
"It will be a tough game," said Scott, who returned to Premier League action with a late substitute appearance in last week's win against Stoke.
"We all know what Stoke will bring to White Hart Lane and how they play.
"They are a well-organised team and Tony Pulis is well known for that, his organisation is different class.
"Individually, they’ve got some good players and as a team, they are a tough team to break down. We’ll have to be at our best and I’m sure we’ll do what we need to do to get the three points to continue our run."
The Potters travel to White Hart Lane on a run of seven matches unbeaten having conceded just 13 goals in 17 matches in the Premier League this season.