And ironically we're up against Coventry City - one of the three games 'Walks' has played in a Premiership season he's had to sit out as number two to Neil Sullivan.
Mauricio Taricco is also pencilled in for his second comeback game while recent first-term squad members John Piercy, Ian Hillier, Ciaran Toner, Dave McEwen, Steven Ferguson and Matthew Etherington will all play.
Boss Theo Foley aims to go out with a bang - with a win probably good enough for second place in the league.
"It would be great to make it into second place, a boost for the young kids who have come in and done so well," said Theo. "We've played those kids and they've responded superbly.
"It means a lot to them to play at White Hart Lane. For me, that experience is the whole point of being in this league.
"Coventry are always very good at this level, always produce young lads so it will be interesting to see how they cope now they've been relegated.
"I just hope we finish well and it would be nice for a few fans to come out and support these boys."
Kick-off at the Lane is 7pm and admission is free.
Ian Walker is back on duty at the Lane in our final FA Premier Reserve League outing of the season on Tuesday night.