Tottenham Hotspur are presently on a two-match winless run ahead of their tricky trip to face Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium on Saturday. The North London side would be hoping to end their two-game winless run when they take on hosts Brighton this weekend.

Spurs have not won a game since thrashing Leicester City 6-2 at home in the Premier League just before the international break last month. The big win over the Foxes ensured that Tottenham Hotspur stayed within one point of league leaders Arsenal. The gap is now four points after the Gunners ran out 3-1 winners at the expense of Tottenham Hotspur during their North London Derby clash in the Premier League last weekend.

Since the win over Leicester City last month, Tottenham Hotspur have failed to beat Arsenal in the league and German side Eintracht Frankfurt in the Champions League. Tottenham Hotspur had the opportunity to secure top spot on the Premier League table ahead of Arsenal when the two teams met on Saturday, but they were unable to take the opportunity following the 3-1 loss to the Gunners. Ghanaian star Thomas Partey scored his first goal of the season to give Arsenal the lead before Spurs levelled proceedings through a first half spot kick from Harry Kane after Brazilian attacker Richarlison had been fouled by compatriot Gabriel Magalhaes. Arsenal went on to score two more goals in the second half thanks to Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka. Tottenham Hotspur ended the game with ten men after Brazilian international Emerson Royal was sent off in the second half for a foul on compatriot Gabriel Martinelli.

Tottenham Hotspur made it two games without a win with the goalless draw at the home of German side and Europa League holders Eintracht Frankfurt in the Champions League. Spurs are in Group D alongside Marseille, Sporting Lisbon and Eintracht Frankfurt.