Tottenham Hotspur v Queen's Park Rangers
Their results have been a mixed - beating Chelsea (1 - 0) and winning at Wolves (3 - 0) but losing at home to Bolton (0 - 4) in the first game of the season and at Fulham (0 - 6). Other impressive results have included a win at Everton (1 - 0) and draws against Aston Villa and Newcastle United who were both undefeated at the time. They lost at Wigan (0 - 2) and drew at home to Blackburn two weeks ago.
Their leading goalscorer is Heidar Helguson with two goals in the last two games while DJ Campbell, Joey Barton, Alejandro Faurlin and Tommy Smith have one each. Neil Warnock has developed QPR into a very hardworking side with experience and players capable of producing moments of flair. Former Tottenham defender Luke Young joined QPR in August from Aston Villa, Anton Ferdinand came from Sunderland and Barton from Newcastle United have all brought experience with Barton taking over the captaincy. Campbell and Smith have both played in the Premier League while Adel Taarabt and Shaun Wright-Phillips bring pace and flair to the team.
They Played for Tottenham
Adel Taarabt who was the star and captain of last year's promotion winning team will be determined to show all his skills at White Hart Lane, having left the club just over a year ago. He made 9 League appearances for Spurs. He has made over 100 League appearances for QPR, scoring 27 goals. he has represented Morocco in 11 games and scored four goals.
Luke Young has been Rangers hardest running player in their past two games, involved from right back although it would be hoped that Gareth Bale will keep him occupied on Sunday. Since leaving White Hart Lane in 2001 for £4 million, Young has played for Charlton Athletic, Middlesbrough and Villa. He has also represented England on five occasions. He made 58 League appearances for Spurs and has played almost 300 League games for his other four clubs.
Radek Cerny is another former Tottenham player at Loftus Road although he has now dropped to third choice keeper. At Tottenham he was understudy to Paul Robinson and made only 16 appearances in three seasons. He joined Rangers in 2008 and has played 73 league games for them.
Premier League Record (Home) v QPR
The first game of the Premier League era saw Tottenham take a three goal lead but two late goals by the visitors gave Spurs a few nervy moments.