Tottenham v Brighton

Tottenham will look to keep the momentum going when they entertain Premier League newcomers Brighton at Wembley on Wednesday.

Mauricio Pochettino's side had a dip in form after losing 2-0 to Arsenal in the north London derby last month, picking up just three wins in the six games that followed.

Two of those were in the UEFA Champions League, with the third coming on Saturday as Spurs dispatched Stoke 5-1 at the Home of Football, which halted a four-match winless streak in the league.

The capital club are now unbeaten in their last three outings across all competitions as they set their sights on breaking back into the top four.

The 13th-placed Seagulls would appear to be there for the taking after recording just one win in their last six top-flight encounters.

Albion boss Chris Hughton needs to address his defence which shipped five goals against Liverpool (5-1) and another two at Huddersfield (2-0) on Saturday.

The two clubs last met in October 2014 when Spurs emerged 2-0 victors at White Hart Lane in the EFL Cup.

In team news, the hosts must do without Davinson Sanchez once more, with the defender serving the second part of a three-match suspension.

Victor Wanyama continues to work his way back from a knee injury and will step up his recovery in the weeks to come, while Toby Alderweireld remains unavailable with a hamstring problem.

For the visitors, Gaetan Bong is closing in on a return from a knee injury sustained in training last week, with Steve Sidwell (back) their only long-term absentee.