Tottenham Hotspurs look to continue their winning from as they host Queens Park Rangers at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Spurs manager Andre Villa-Boas will be aiming to come away will a positive result as he looks to build on last week's 3-1 win against Reading.
He will have a somewhat depleted squad for this game, but recent American signing Clint Dempsey could add his finishing ability should he start for the first time since being acquired by Spurs on the transfer deadline.
Villas-Boas will be without Younes Kaboul, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Scott Parker who are all sidelined due to injury. Midfielder Ade Adebayor and Kyle Naughton could do well coming off the bench as questions about their fitness remain.
Another question that Villas-Boas will need to answer is who should start in goal. Newly acquired keeper Hugo Lloris gave an impassioned performance this week in Spurs' Europa League draw against Lazio in which he recorded a clean sheet, but American international Brad Friedel has been the regular number 1 for Spurs prior to that game.
For Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes, trying to maintain their place in top flight football is the only goal this season. QPR secured their spot last season by one point on the final match day, despite losing against Manchester City who netted two late goals to ruin QPR's lead and at the same time take the Premiership title.
QPR striker Djibril Cisse looks to start the match and provide an offensive threat as well as absorbing some of the Spurs attention away from the fact that his team will be without one of its best defenders.
Anton Ferdinand will miss today's fixture due to a hamstring injury. Ferdinand will be joined on the touchline by striker Andy Johnson who suffered a knee injury during last week's draw against Chelsea. Fabio, who was picked up on loan, is also slated to miss the match due to injury.
Coverage for the match begins at 11:00 a.m. and can be seen online here.