Sunday sees Newcastle make their first trip to London this season, as Spurs provide the opposition for the Magpies.

Last season saw Tim Krul steal the headlines with a magnificent performance, making 14 saves as an early Loic Remy goal earned a 1-0 win for Newcastle.

After finally earning their first win of the season against Leicester last weekend, Newcastle will be hoping Spurs’ European hangover will give them a chance to make it two wins from two.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side hammered Asteras Tripolis 5-1 on Thursday, with a hat-trick from Harry Kane and a brace – including a spectacular rabona goal – from Erik Lamela.

Newcastle have no new injury worries ahead of the trip to the capital but do have Mike Williamson available after injury. Cheick Tiote limped out of the warm-up before the Leicester game but is fit to play.

That means Alan Pardew has the same missing personnel as he has for the last few weeks, with Rolando Aarons, Siem de Jong, Adam Campbell and Davide Santon all still missing. Ryan Taylor completed his first 90 minutes in two years on Monday afternoon but isn’t likely to make the squad.

Gabriel Obertan is likely to continue after his goal against Leicester, while Ayoze Perez will be hopeful of partnering Papiss Cisse up front after another impressive cameo.

Spurs ‘keeper Hugo Lloris was sent off in the Europa League on Thursday but is available to keep his place in domestic competition but Federico Fazio is suspended after seeing red against Manchester City.

Nabil Bentaleb, Kyle Walker and Kyle Naughton are all injured, meaning Eric Dier and Ryan Mason may continue in the Tottenham side.