Spurs fan Dave Tickner from Sportinglife.com provides the view from White Hart Lane ahead of Wednesday's clash at Anfield.
How important is this match to Tottenham and their fans?
Hugely. It's always a big game in the season, but there's even more edge to it this season. It's a six-pointer, really, at the end of the day, Brian. Which is nice - better than the six-pointers we were playing and losing this time last year against the likes of West Brom.
And how confident are you?
Reasonably. While we've been smashed up by the Big Three (sorry, but it is this season) this season our record against our direct competitors for fourth is excellent: we beat you, smashed City to pieces and dominated a 1-1 draw at Villa.
Who do you see as the favourites for fourth place?
The New Chelsea, unfortunately. They've made a balls of what should this season have been a proper title charge but they're still well placed in the pack chasing fourth and look the likeliest strong finishers. That said, I'd rather it be literally anyone else.
How will Harry Redknapp play it at Anfield?
I'd still expect a 4-4-2 with Defoe and Crouch up front and Modric and Lennon being all clever and creative on the flanks. Although you need the win more than we do, we've not played for a draw in any game this season and don't expect us to start now.
Until a month ago, this would have been easy: the defence. With King and Woodgate both missing huge chunks of the season - honestly, who could possibly have predicted that? - we struggled a bit. But Bassong and Dawson are starting to play really well together and Heurelho Gomes is one of the top three keepers in the league whatever the tabloids think. Cameroon's inexplicable decision not to take Bassong to the ACN was a huge boost. Suspect we might discover now that our weakness is an over-reliance on Lennon's left-back-humiliating antics on the right.
Who makes Spurs tick?
The Croatians. Luka Modric is a lovely footballer - so clever, with outrageous vision and the ability to back it up, and far tougher than he looks. When he got injured I thought he was irreplaceable, but Kranjcar for £2million was a classic piece of 'Onest 'Arry wheeler-dealing - helped of course by knowing precisely how bad things were at Pompey. After taking a few games to settle and get picked regularly, he's become hugely important to us.
Who do you rate on our side?
Aside from the obvious (that Torres chap can play a bit - worth sticking with him, he's gonna be quite good) I've always been a massive fan of Yossi Benayoun. Glad he's started getting some recognition for his talents. Clever player. But he's injured too, isn't he?