Tottenham, fresh from their FA Cup excursions at the weekend, return to Premiership action on Tuesday evening when Bradford City travel to north London for their encounter at White Hart Lane.
With Glenn Hoddle returning to his spiritual home to take charge of the team for the first time on such familiar territory, it's sure to be an emotional night for the Tottenham faithful.
Meanwhile the Bantams will aim to be the party-poopers and spoil Hoddle's homecoming by grabbing their first win since New Year's Day. The West Yorkshire outfit are unbeaten in over a month and are currently undergoing a period of transition under Jim Jefferies.
The single-minded Scot has been busy in the transfer market in recent weeks offloading the likes of David Hopkin, Dean Windass and Andy O'Brien for a combined fee of £4 million as he aims to trim the wage bill of his squad in preparation for next season's campaign.
Under Jefferies' stewardship the Bantams have become a lot more stubborn and harder to beat - and in David Wetherall have a defender who will never surrender their position in the top-flight until it's mathematically impossible.
Wetherall, who headed home the crucial goal which preserved Bradford's status on the final day of last season, has overcome a knee injury to form a solid partnership with Robert Molenaar. The former Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday man currently features in Opta's defenders Index for his assured displays in the last few matches.
Wetherall's 88% tackle success rate on his return to the first team has boosted the side; he has also made a clearance every eight minutes and notched his first goal last weekend, since that memorable header against Liverpool last May.
But despite his heroics, Spurs will be looking to secure their first league win over Bradford since 1936 and SpursBet offer 15/2 on the Lilywhites getting Hoddle's reign off to a comfortable 3-0 start.
Tottenham's greater prowess in front of goal, averaging 1.16 goals per game compared to City's 0.73 ratio, should prove to be a telling factor and with a few key players such as Stephen Carr and Oyvind Leonhardsen set to return to the team after injury, the home fans will expect nothing less than all three points.