So two sides coming off of wins in the league meet at Ewood for the late kickoff on Saturday. Spurs sit only three points ahead of Blackburn in the table, so a win could move Rovers into a more comfortable position in the middle of the pack. Bothroyd is back in the frame after his ban, but he might have to settle for a spot on the bench, given the recent form of Paul Gallagher. Otherwise, I doubt we'll see any changes from a side that is now unbeaten in five. Did I really just type "unbeaten in five"? Wow. Obviously the threats of Keane, Defoe and Kanoute will give Rovers plenty to worry with, but something tells me Ewood will be a tough place for the Londoners to travel this weekend. Both defenses have had a penchant for leaking some goals this season, so a shootout is a possibility. However, I think the rearguard has plenty to hang their hat on after the performance at the Cottage, and I believe that newfound grit will carry on. I like our chances to get all of the points in this one.