Tim Howard; Tony Hibbert, Phil Jagielka, Sylvain Distin, Leighton Baines; Kevin Mirallas, Leon Osman, Darron Gibson, Steven Pienaar; Marouane Fellaini; Nikica Jelavic.
Everton will continue with Moyes' favoured system, using Fellaini deployed just behind Jelavic in a 4-4-1-1 approach.
If Mirallas is fit enough to return, the Toffees will be able to play what many perceive to be their strongest line-up, with the Belgian most likely to come in for Steven Naismith.
Moyes' most pressing concern may be around his defensive unit that haven't recorded a clean sheet in 10 games, the longest current run in the Premier League.
Hugo Lloris; Kyle Naughton, William Gallas, Steven Caulker, Jan Vertonghen; Sandro, Moussa Dembele; Aaron Lennon, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Clint Dempsey; Jermain Defoe.
Spurs have a number of options for Sunday, mostly surrounding whether Villas-Boas plays 4-2-3-1, or opts to go 4-4-2, as several supporters may prefer.
If Bale misses out, Dempsey is likely to shuffle over to the left, as he did against Fulham and then it's a question of whether Sigurdsson or Emmanuel Adebayor step in just behind Defoe.
Free from suspension, Adebayor improved his case with an impressive showing against Panathinaikos Thursday night, but it remains to be seen if Villas-Boas would be keen implementing a 4-4-2 shape away from home.
Elsewhere, Kyle Naughton perhaps surprisingly came in for Kyle Walker at Fulham, but performed well. It seems likely he will continue at right-back.
Stay tuned for last minute injury news as both managers give their press conferences tomorrow.