After pulling off the stand-out result of their season so far, Newcastle attempt to make it two wins over London sides in two weeks tomorrow when they take on Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.

Alan Pardew will be pleased with his defence’s stellar efforts in keeping Chelsea at bay last week but could be given a further boost as Fabricio Coloccini nears fitness. The Argentine could be involved tomorrow but given the form of Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Mike Williamson last time out, the Magpies captain could be given a further week to recover fully.

The Newcastle manager has no fresh injury worries to deal with, as Jonas Gutierrez continues his extended break in native Argentina for personal reasons. Paul Dummett and Steven Taylor remain sidelined with injury.

Cheick Tiote was withdrawn early in the Chelsea game after suffering a knock but will be OK to play.

Much of the build up to Sunday’s game for Spurs has centred around the blow suffered by Hugo Lloris last week. The French goalkeeper was unintentionally knocked unconscious by Romelu Lukaku last week and controversially allowed to play on. After undergoing precautionary scans this week, the former Lyon man is available and will keep his place in goal.

Lloris will be hoping to keep his good form going as he bids to extend Spurs’ run of not conceding to any non-London side. Only Chelsea and West Ham have found a way past the stubborn Spurs defence this season.

However, Andre Villas-Boas’ haven’t been firing on all cylinders going forward either, having only scored nine goals in ten games. Roberto Soldado – a £25m summer signing from Valencia – is their top scorer on four goals, although three of those have came from the penalty spot.

Villas-Boas has injury worries over Nacer Chadli, Kyle Naughton, Danny Rose and Emmanuel Adebayor but shouldn’t change his first-choice side too much.

A win for Newcastle would be their first at White Hart Lane for five years. The last time they won away at Spurs Nicky Butt, Obafemi Martins, Geremi and Michael Owen netted.