Spurs will visit Watford at North London for the first time since October 2019, in what is expected to be everything but an easy fixture for the 'Lilywhites'.
Spurs have also scored a total of two goals and kept two clean sheets.
“We are preparing for the match against Watford,” he said. "But Joe [Rodon] is not with us in the group, he still has problems, and Cameron [Carter-Vickers] is the same.
“The rest are available.”
Goalkeeper Ben Foster will miss the game with a small hamstring problem while midfielder Dan Gosling remains unavailable due to illness.
Striker João Pedro is now running outside and making good progress from the knee injury he sustained in July.
Midfielder Juraj Kucka remains a doubt with a thigh injury. Nathaniel Chalobah could also be a possibility for Xisco's side.
Lloris, Sánchez, Dier, Reguilón, Tanganga, Hojberg, Skipp, Dele, Son, Bergwjin & Kane
Bachmann, Cathcart, Ekong, Kabasele, Rose, Otebo, Sarr, Cleverley, Kucka, Sema & Dennis
Espírito Santo's reaction
Nuno had nothing but praise for the fellow London club.
“Good team. It’s a good team, very intense and competitive. Good players. We expect a tough match on Sunday.”
In terms of outgoings, the latest rumour is that Moussa Sissoko is moving to Watford.
Nuno refused to comment on the deal.
“Until the moment, Moussa is a Spurs player. Nothing is done. So, I don’t have much to add on that.”
Tottenham will keep their momentum going at home and most-likely defeat a solid Watford team by 2-0.