Spurs have been active in the transfer window so far – bringing in Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Joe Hart and Matt Doherty.
They welcome an Everton side to north London who have impressed everyone with their recent triple signing, welcoming James Rodriguez, Abdoulaye Doucoure and Allan to Goodison Park.
Here is all of the key information you need to know ahead of this weekend’s clash between Spurs and the Toffees.
When and where?
Spurs kick off their new campaign at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against Everton – with the match due to get underway at 4.30pm.
Is Tottenham vs Everton on TV?
Yes. The match is available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event (with the fake crowd noise), as well as Sky Sports Premier League (with no fake crowd noise).
Pre-match coverage begins at 4pm – half an hour before kick-off – following West Bromwich Albion vs Leicester City.
Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to stream the match via the Sky Go app or on the Sky Go website.
These sides last met in July, behind closed doors, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – with Michael Keane’s own goal handing Spurs a 1-0 win.
In the reverse fixture, Cenk Tosun’s 97th-minute goal earned the Toffees a point at Goodison Park, following Dele Alli’s opener and Son Heung-min’s red card.
Everton haven’t beaten Spurs since December 2012, when Nikica Jelavic’s 92nd-minute strike secured a dramatic 2-1 win.
Clint Demspey gave Spurs the lead on 76 minutes, but Steven Pienaar and then Jelavic ensured a remarkable fightback from Everton.