The Women's FA Cup returns to action this weekend at the quarter-final stage after the competition was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic in early February.
The game kicks off at 17:15BST.
Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro's gave positive news in relation to Leah Williamson, who withdrew from the England training camp, should be fit for Saturday's game:
“Leah was a precaution but she’ll be alright for Saturday’s game, we’re expecting her in for training on Friday and ready to go.”
Arsenal, however, will be without their recent hattrick hero, Jill Roord, who suffered a knee injury on international duty with the Netherlands. Roord scored two consecutive hattricks in wins against Reading and West Ham in the last Women's Super League fixtures.
Joint Spurs boss Juan Amoros said in his pre-match press conference that new star signing Alex Morgan could be in contention for the quarter-final tie versus Arsenal:
"Alex is obviously our player, we can't forget that she landed last week.
"She has been training with us for a week. She is one of our players and as everyone else can be selected to play because all the paperwork has been done.
"We will have to wait until almost the last minute."
Ones to watch
Arsenal -Beth Mead
Beth Mead has had a stong start to the season and was in fine form against West Ham, scoring and providing assists for Vivianne Miedema and Kim Little. Montemurro will be hoping she can replicate this to help Arsenal seal a semi-final fixture.
The 25-year-old can dribble at defences and also create space in the middle for the likes of Miedema or Caitlin Foord by drifting out wide.
Tottenham - Alex Morgan
Spurs fans will be hoping to see two time World Cup winner Alex Morgan make her debut for the Lilywhites.
A potent striker in front of goal, Morgan was joint top goal scorer at the 2019 Women's World Cup and she scored 12 goals in 16 games during her time with French side Lyon in 2017.
Its almost been a year since the two teams competed against each other in the WSL and the circumstances couldn't be more different.
The North London sides met at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in November where Arsenal triumphed 2-0 in front of a record-breaking crowd of 38,262. There will be no spectators at Meadow Park, however, due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
Spurs' Kit Graham had a couple of close chances in the opening half but it was Arsenal captain Little and striker Miedema who got their names on the scoresheet for an Arsenal victory:
How to watch on TV and Stream
BBC Two: UK
Live Stream: BBC iPlayer
For the rest of the world, The FA Player will show the game.