Unfortunately, that's all we've got time for today as we quickly hop over to the Etihad for Manchester City vs Liverpool. Follow that clash here, and from me, goodbye!
Full-time: Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Southampton
90+1: Well, that was something. Boufal picks it up on the right, comes inside and sends an effort from range just wide.
90: Five minutes of stoppage time. Southampton fans pleading for their team to create something, anything?
89: The home fans want a penalty as Alli is tackled by Romeu in the area, but it looked a fair challenge. Seconds later, Alli and Janssen are two-on-two versus the defence, the latter opting to shoot, forcing Forster to push the ball out for a corner.
86: Alas, very little actually happening on the pitch. Saints pressing forward but without any meaningful chances being created. Janssen replaces Eriksen.
80: Less football, more subs! Redmond off for Rodriguez. With 10 minutes to go, will that change be the catalyst for a Southampton equaliser?
78: Another substitution by the hosts. Walker, seemingly still a little shaken after that earlier challenge with Davis, off for Trippier.
75: Pochettino seemingly looking to lock down the win, taking Son off for Harry Winks.
73: Dier's injury looked more serious as he required medical attention, but they're both back up and moving as the game resumes.
71: Injury problems now for each side as Davis and Dier collide, the ball put out by Son as both hit the deck.
68: Change for Southampton after a lull in play, Boufal on for Tadic.
60: Ward-Prowse very active presently, sending a good looking free-kick into the Spurs area, one that just evades the run of Redmond.
57: Southampton growing in confidence as Davis plays Long in, Lloris forced into a save that he makes fairly easily.
52: A mistake from Alderweireld as he fails to clear a bouncing ball in the area, it pops up for James Ward-Prowse at the back post and he fires past Lloris.
GOAL! Southampton pull one back!
49: A chance for Eriksen to get his second goes begging, as he curls over following a Kyle Walker run and pass.
45: Second-half is up and running!
Half-time: Spurs 2-0 Saints
45+2: Saints try to play a free-kick smartly but mess it up, only for Cedric to test Lloris' palms from long range. Penalty shouts made as Tadic is tripped by Davies when going for the rebound, but nothing given.
45: Three minutes of stoppage time.
41: Eriksen with an eye-of-the-needle pass towards Son, who can't quite get to the ball before it crosses the line for a goal kick. Southampton doing little in attack or defence.
33: Not a vintage penalty by Alli but when the 'keeper goes the wrong way it always looks solid, and that's what happened as he doubles Spurs' lead.
GOAL! 2-0 Spurs!
32: Penalty! Messy, messy stuff in the Southampton penalty area as they fail to clear, and then Steven Davis is late in on Alli.
31: Problem for Southampton now as Gabbiadini pulls up, forced off through injury. Shane Long on. Looked like a groin issue.
29: Horrible miss from Tadic as Redmond pulls the ball back to him just yards out, only for the Serbian to sweep the ball clean over the bar. His blushes are spared though, as the linesman had ruled that the ball had gone out before Redmond got to it.
28: Some Southampton fans were celebrating there as Gabbiadini exchanged passes with Tadic before sweeping a first-time effort towards the top corner, the ball striking the side-netting on it's way out for a goal kick.
24: Eriksen with room to shoot on the edge of the area as the ball breaks kindly for him, but it's blocked out by Yoshida. From the following corner, Alderweireld looked certain to score as he made good connection with a header, only for Forster to produce a stunning save.
18: Ooooh! Romeu tries to find an equaliser with a powerful effort from the edge of the box, one that whistles narrowly wide of Lloris' post.
14: Fantastic play from Christian Eriksen to give Tottenham an early lead. Latching onto a pass in midfield, he drove forward quickly before unleashing a powerful shot into Forster's bottom right-hand corner, one that the 'keeper got nowhere near.
GOAL! 1-0 Spurs!
8: Scrappy from Southampton here as they struggle to get out of their own half, Yoshida fortunate to get away with a stray pass right to Wanyama in the middle of the pitch, only for the Kenyan to suffer from a poor touch.
3: Great chance for Tottenham! Son finds himself in on goal after a defence-splitting pass from Christian Eriksen, but Fraser Forster stands tall to make an excellent save.
Pochettino opts for Heung-Min Son in a striking role rather than Janssen. Kick-off nearing at White Hart Lane, get buckled in!
Southampton XI: Forster; Soares, Stephens, Yoshida, Bertrand; Davis, Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Tadic, Redmond; Gabbiadini.
Tottenham XI: Lloris; Walker, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Wanyama, Dembele; Alli, Eriksen, Son.
Team news is out, Janssen not selected for Spurs!
Despite Southampton being deadly in front of goal in recent outings, the statistics suggest a home win today, as Spurs are still yet to lose a home league games this season.
A boost for Southampton will be the absence of Harry Kane from the Tottenham squad after he sustained an ankle injury against Milwall in the FA Cup last week. Vincent Janssen is the obvious replacement, but he's only managed six goals so far this season, mostly from the penalty spot. Kyle Walker and Victor Wanyama are doubts, whilst influential defender Virgil van Dijk remains sidelined for the Saints.
Some suggested that the Saints would drop off after their disappointing Capital One Cup final defeat to Manchester United, but they bounced back by winning in the league last time out, beating Watford 4-3 at Vicarage Road. In the league game prior, they hit Sunderland for four at the Stadium of Light, meaning that they come into the game in hot form when playing away.
The game takes on a slightly different level of importance for 10th place Southampton. They've played far less than those around them so are unlikely to fall into the bottom half before the end of the season, whilst a win today takes them above Stoke City into ninth. However, West Brom have a 10 point gap on the Saints in eighth, meaning that Claude Puel's men may hit their ceiling fairly soon.
We've already had a hugely entertaining set of Premier League action so far this weekend, with the headline story of Saturday being West Brom's 3-1 win over Arsenal. That result means that Spurs can go nine points clear of their North London rivals with three points today, albeit having played one more than the Gunners. It's a huge game as they look to cement their status in the top four for another season, especially with one of Liverpool or City destined to drop points later on.
Good afternoon everyone and welcome to the second Premier League game of this triple-feast of football, with Tottenham Hotspur hosting Southampton at White Hart Lane. I'm Oliver Emmerson and I'll be taking you through proceedings, with kick-off set for 2:15PM BST, shortly after the conclusion of Manchester United's trip to Middlesbrough. Manchester City and Liverpool will close out the day's action later on.