Take a look back at some of Southampton's most memorable trips to Tottenham Hotspur.
Steven Davis' double was enough to secure a win at White Hart Lane in May 2016 and Saints head there this weekend as the last team to beat Mauricio Pochettino's men there.
Saturday 18th January 1992
Tottenham 1-2 Southampton (Adams, Dowie)
Saints took the lead in this contest when Pat Van Den Hauwe’s loose touch allowed Micky Adams to intercept, before he placed a low left-footed drive into the corner.
The advantage was doubled when Iain Dowie turned superbly on the edge of the box, before sending a 20-yard effort into the corner.
Gary Mabbutt pulled one back for the hosts with a deflected volley on 81 minutes to set up a nervy end, but Saints stood firm.
Monday 12th September 1994
Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Southampton (Le Tissier 2)
A live TV clash, Saints fell behind to Jurgen Klinsmann’s sixth minute strike at White Hart Lane.
In the 75th minute, Saints were awarded a penalty when Sol Campbell brought down Neil Heaney, a challenge that saw Spurs reduced to ten men. Matt Le Tissier made no mistake from the spot to level things at 1-1.
And it was to be Le Tissier who proved the match winner, when he brought down a Jeff Kenna cross before firing home.
Saturday 20th September 2003
Spurs 1-3 Southampton (Beattie 2, Phillips)
It took just two minutes for Southampton to open the scoring in an emphatic win that would increase the pressure on under-fire Spurs boss Glenn Hoddle.
Kasey Keller’s sliced clearance out for a corner was punished as Matt Oakley’s delivery found James Beattie, who powered home a header for his fifth of the campaign.
Beattie doubled his personal tally with an exquisite free-kick before the interval, before Kevin Phillips set them on course for a first win at White Hart Lane since 1992.
Frederic Kanoute grabbed a consolation when he tucked home from Robbie Keane’s cross, the first goal Saints had conceded for eight and a half hours.
Sunday 8th May 2016
Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Southampton (Davis 2)
Steven Davis’ brace saw Saints come from behind to stun second-placed Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
Heung-Min Son broke the deadlock when he chased down the ball, before rounding Fraser Forster and slotting the ball into the net.
But just after the half hour mark, Davis latched on to Dušan Tadić’s cut-back with a low finish under Hugo Lloris.
On 72, the Northern Ireland international midfielder then picked up the ball on the edge of the box after a neat one-two with Tadić before rolling his shot into the corner for 2-1.
Saturday 16th January 1971
Tottenham Hotspur 1-3 Southampton (Channon 2, Fisher)
Former Saint Martin Chivers gave the hosts the lead after just three minutes in this clash.
But Saints rallied before the break to turn the game around. Mick Channon levelled the
scoreline by hooking the ball in from close range.
And just before half-time, Channon was on target in again when his low shot squirmed in off goalkeeper Pat Jennings.
The visitors sealed things just one minute later when Hugh Fisher scored his only goal of the campaign, after being teed up by Ron Davies.