Chris Hughton could choose to revert back to his favoured 4-2-3-1 formation after his side's poor performance against Luton Town in which he experimented with a 4-4-2.
A major decision is likely to be who is trusted between the sticks, with Lee Camp pushing for a first start since joining the club as competition for Mark Bunn.
I would expect Bunn to be given a chance to keep his place, but the Canaries boss will be demanding more from the stopper if he wants to remain as No.1.
Another tough call surrounds the right-back spot, with Steven Whittaker finally back from an injury lay-off after making an impressive start to his time at Carrow Road.
The inclusion of Whittaker would be tough on Russell Martin who hasn't really done a lot wrong and has contributed each of Norwich's last three Premier League goals to boot, but Whittaker has been the preferred choice on the occasions that both players have been fit this year.
The first-choice centre-back pairing of Sebastien Bassong and Michael Turner should get the nod, with Javier Garrido at left-back and the dynamic duo of Bradley Johnson and Alex Tettey returning to occupy the defensive midfield positions.
Wes Hoolahan and Anthony Pilkington were both taken out of the starting lineup for Norwich's last Premier League game at Liverpool, but with Elliott Bennett and Jonny Howson failing to impress in their absence it would come of little surprise to see them return against Spurs.
Robert Snodgrass has enjoyed a fantastic season to date and will continue on the right-hand side, whilst Grant Holt will probably be the man chosen to lead the line once more with Simeon Jackson the only other striker available to Hughton.
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