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    Kane is yet to find the net for Tottenham this season. Getty Images

Full time: Tottenham Hotsur 1-0 Crystal Palace

Son Heung-min is the match-winner once again with his first Premier League goal on his full home league debut. Hugo Lloris is also the hero after he saved from Bakery Sako in the second half. Spurs claim their first home league win of the season as Crystal Palace are beaten away for the first time this season.

That is all we have time for but if you head over to our live blog pages of Liverpool vs Norwich and Southampton vs Manchester United, you can continue to keep abreast of the Premier League action.

Christian Eriksen on for Tottenham after his injury spell out. Palace not showing a great deal of thrust since the goal but they still have 15 minutes to find an equaliser.

Goal: Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Crystal Palace (Son Heung-min)

The home side lead mid-way through the first half as Tottenham break and Son shoots low and through the legs of McCarthy to net his first Premier League goal, on his full home league debut.

Hugo Lloris keeps the scores level again with a brilliant full length save to keep out Sako's drives, and tips the ball onto the post. Palace have struck the up right twice in this game.

Tottenham think they have the lead but the linesman's flag denies them. Son's shot from an angle to pushed out by McCarthy but in between Ben Davies heading into an unguarded net, Harry Kane was adjudged to be offside.

Almost a goal in the first minute of the second half as McCarthy's goal-kick hits Son and flies behind. Could easily has nestled in the back of the net.

Players back out for the second half and a change for Palace as Frazier Campbell, a former Tottenham loanee, comes on for Wilfried Zaha. Back under way at White Hart Lane.

Half time: Tottenham 0-0 Crystal Palace

Pretty even first half with few genuine chances. Alex McCarthy has kept out Erik Lamela and Dele Alli while Yohan Cabaye has hit Hugo Lloris' right-hand post but it has been a half where both teams' defences have prevailed. We hope for better in the second period.

Yohan Cabaye cracks a deflected shot against the post in the final minute of the half. Closest we have come to an opening goal. Spurs living dangerously.

McCarthy claws away Chadli's cross from the left as Tottenham attempt to find a late goal at the end of this first half.

Sako produced the first effort of real note from Crystal Palace. A curling free-kick which is beaten clear by Hugo Lloris. Six minutes until half time and the visitors are finally coming into the game as an attacking force.

Seen very little of Yannick Bolasie on the ground of the club who were heavily linked with his signature. The Congo winger picks up the ball on the right hand side but his cross is lashed into the crowd. Palace might be looking at making a change at the break such has been their brief attacks in this first half.

It just won't go in for Harry Kane. McCarthy gets down to keep out Alli, with probably the best chance of the game, and the England striker reacts first but his shot is under the Palace keeper and across goal.

Tottenham becoming a bit frustrated and Ben Davies takes aim from 35 yards and the ball balloons over the bar. Palace, who have not kept a clean sheet this season, holding firm.

First attack from Palace of any gusto and it forces Tottenham to defend, albeit with plenty of haste. First Souare's cross is hacked behind and from the resulting corner Hangeland turns a shot goalwards which is save by Lloris.

Chance for Tottenham, who have dominated so far in the opening quarter of an hour. Erik Lamela turns away and forced McCarthy into a good low save and Palace are fortunate that Harry Kane, who was in close vicinity, was offside.

Son immediately into the action and his shot is blocked behind by Souare. The resulting corner should lead to Harry Kane scoring his first club goal of the campaign, but he heads over unmarked from 12 yards.

You may have seen a very curious comment made by Alan Pardew in which he predicted that Tottenham would definitely finish in the top 10. It is unclear where the Palace boss anything in the comments but it might ensure his team are not exactly warmly received in North London. We're under way at White Hart Lane.

Players in the tunnel at White Hart Lane. Remember we have two other games today with Liverpool hosting Norwich and Manchester United travelling to Southampton. Teams on the way...

I was at Tottenham on Thursday and it was hard not to be impressed with Dele Alli, who today will play a central role in Mauricio Pochettino's side. Alli is a big physical presence, is quick, tricky and has a superb end product. Will be interesting to see how he gets on in a key position in the Premier League.

Let's turn our attention to the game at White Hart Lane, where we have a second London derby of the weekend. Crystal Palace are again without a genuine central striker, with Yannick Bolasie and Bakery Sako likely to rotate at the fulcrum of the attack. This could make Palace awfully dangerous on the break or leave them without a focal point should they enjoy long periods of possession.

Worth mentioning as we approach 30 minutes until kick-off that this is not the only sporting event taking place on their stacked weekend. The Rugby World Cup reaches the third day and we see Wales and New Zealand start their campaigns against Uruguay and Argentina. In Glasgow, Great Britain are within a win of reached the Davis Cup final, with Andy Murray taking on Bernard Tomic is the fourth rubber. In Singapore meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton suffered a tough qualifying session and is up against it to retain his stronghold on the world drivers championship. We'll be across all the sporting action this afternoon, while also keeping an eye on Europe's attempt to keep hold of the Solheim Cup against America.

Tottenham make five changes from the Europa League win over Qarabag and that includes a recall for Harry Kane. Son Heung-min is retained as Kyle Walker, Jan Vertonghen and Ben Davies return to the back four. Nacer Chadli is also back while Christian Eriksen is on the bench.

Alan Pardew makes just one change from the defeat to Manchester City last weekend as Damien Delaney, who comes in as captain, replaces Scott Dann. Otherwise, it is as you were for Palace.


Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Alli, Dier; Lamela, Son, Chadli; Kane

Crystal Palace: McCarthy; Kelly, Hangeland, Delaney, Souare; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Sako; Bolasie.

Quick round up of the team news for this game ahead of the announcement of the confirmed line-ups. Nabil Bentaleb is out for sure with an ankle problem but there are a host of players in line for recalls. Christian Eriksen, Mousa Dembele and Ryan Mason could also return after respective injuries, while Eric Dier could be retained despite going off against Qarabag.

Joel Ward is a confirmed absentee for Palace and Connor Wickham is a doubt, but Damien Delaney and Joe Ledley could return from spells out. We're due to have the team in the next 10 minutes or so.

The first of three Premier League games is a London derby from White Hart Lane as Crystal Palace, who have begun the season impressively, taking on Tottenham Hotspur. Palace's impressive summer signings have gelled immediately but must improve on an inconsistent run of form at home. Tottenham meanwhile have won just one of their opening five games, last weekend at Sunderland, and are yet to win at home in the league this season. Team news on the way.