The familiar surroundings of White Hart Lane - where they have been unbeaten all season - should be a boost as Mauricio Pochettino's side know that victory could leave them second in the English Premier League table. Erik Lamela and Danny Rose remain sidelined through injury.
"We've been dominant here at White Hart Lane".
"If not, inevitably the biggest clubs in Europe will take him because he's one of best coaches around".
However, former Liverpool star Lawrenson is backing Spurs to get back to winning ways in the Premier League by beating the Potters this weekend.
"I hope in a few days they can start again to work with the group, we will play next Sunday and they will have time enough to recover". They've lost one match in six, conceding only four goals during that stretch. The Premier League and Stoke City would certainly make things more hard.
The Spurs' striker is in red-hot form, albeit he scored at the wrong end on Thursday, effectively knocking his team out of the Europa League.
Spurs have won their last two Premier League meetings with Stoke by a 4-0 scoreline.
"I think Harry has the profile to be a legend here", Pochettino insisted.
It was the ideal way for Mauricio Pochettino's side to get their Premier League campaign back on track after its turbulent February, which saw defeat to domestic rivals Liverpool followed by a surprise Europa League exit at the hands of Belgian side Genk. And before Allen discovered his scoring boots, he used to be pretty good in hassling opponents into turnovers. "And being clever", he said.
Spurs London rival club Chelsea are now on top of the table by such a wide margin that the league title race is most likely over.
MF Victor Wanyama, 7 - Produced another commanding performance and stopped Stoke from gaining any foothold in the game.
Then after some near-misses from himself and the team, Kane doubled his and the Spurs side's tally just after the half-hour mark.