Injured duo Neil Sullivan and Christian Ziege, who both missed the draw at Middlesbrough, are still out so Kasey Keller and Matthew Etherington are likely to continue in goal and on the left wing respectively for Spurs.
Teddy Sheringham, who was demoted to the bench for the trip to the Riverside, could be recalled in place of Sergei Rebrov in attack.
Les Ferdinand another absentee from the Middlesbrough game, is unlikely to recover from a hamstring problem to play but Dean Richards, who was on the bench after an achilles injury, could figure.
Gary Doherty and Stephen Clemence have both played for the reserves on their comebacks from injury, and could figure. Clemence was an unused substitute against Boro.
Captain Rio Ferdinand and Harry Kewell are Leeds' main concerns ahead of their trip to White Hart Lane.
Ferdinand missed the defeat to Manchester United when he failed a late fitness test but will hope to recover from a knee injury to play.
Kewell limped off at Elland Road with a bruised foot and is likely to miss out. Lee Bowyer, who came on as a substitute and scored against Manchester United, is his likely replacement. Olivier Dacourt, Michael Duberry, Lucas Radebe and Michael Bridges are all still out.