A win for Spurs would take them to within four points of the top, before league leaders Chelsea play away to Bournemouth later today.
Both teams have a number of injuries to contend with, although captain Hugo Lloris does return for Spurs.
Watford meanwhile will be playing 'without a defence' according to manager Walter Mazzarri because of a number of injuries and a suspension for Sebastian Prödl.
Follow it live...
What time is it?
The game kicks off at 12.30pm at White Hart Lane.
What channel is it on?
The game is on Sky Sports 1 with coverage beginning at 11.30am.
It’s a big game for…
Vincent Janssen. All has not gone to plan since the big Dutchman's arrival in the Premier League and with Harry Kane now on his way back he'll need a positive performance to stay in his manager's thoughts.
Earlier this season...
Player to watch…
Dele Alli. The England man has been on fire since the turn of the year and has scored five in his last eight games in all competitions. With Kane still working his way back Alli is Spurs' main attacking threat.
Tottenham: W W W W W
Watford: D L L W W