Can Spurs move on in time?
Tottenham suffered a draining defeat against Italian champions Juventus on Wednesday which saw them eliminated from Europe.
After the Lilywhites took a first-half lead through Heung-min Son, they conceded two goals - one from Gonzalo Higuain and the other from Paulo Dybala - in the second 45 which saw them dumped out of the competition.
A five-minute lapse in concentration lead to their downfall after they dominated the game but can Spurs put the result to one side and focus at the task at hand against the Cherries?
It was a devastating defeat under the circumstances but Tottenham must move on with plenty to still play for this season.
Eriksen the difference
Christian Eriksen proved the difference between the two sides in their meeting in October as the Dane's 47th-minute goal gave Spurs the win.
The victory marked Tottenham's first win of the season at their temporary home Wembley - after four attempts.
The hosts enjoyed the lions share of possession on the day but Eriksen's brilliant left-footed finish saved Spurs from another poor Wembley result.
Sitting 12th in the Premier League, the Cherries still face the threat of relegation due to their lack of consistency.
Eddie Howe's men have shown moments of brilliance this season but have also been the architects of their own downfall at times.
The Cherries have fared well at home with a victory over Arsenal under their belt, the Seasiders will fancy their chances against Spurs.
Argentine boss, Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that midfielder Eric Dier will miss the clash on the coast following picking up an elbow injury.
Toby Alderweireld will also miss the game as he continues with his rehabilitation - he is now joining the first-team training and should be available in the near future.
The Cherries will be without key wide men Jordan Ibe, Marc Pugh and Ryan Fraser with all the wingers sidelined with injuries.
However, former-Spurs forward Jermain Defoe could return to face his old side as he returns from an ankle injury.