Tottenham travel to the Vitality Stadium to face Bournemouth in this weeks’ early kick off in the Premier League. After gaining a valuable point thanks to some fine saves from Hugo Lloris during their midweek Champions League game against Bayern Leverkusen, Spurs will hope to bounce back with a good performance against Bournemouth. A win for Spurs will see them go top temporarily but that might not be a forgone conclusion considering how well Eddie Howe’s side have played this season. They are yet to lose at home this season conceding only one goal in the process. They also have Callum Wilson back in the starting line up which will be a big boost for them and no doubt he will cause the Spurs back line problems with Toby Alderweireld out injured and Eric Dier stepping in. I think this game could be closer than people expect and I certainly wouldn’t to be surprised if Spurs dropped points against Bournemouth.