Aston Villa are due to assess the extent of duo Eri Konsa and Keinan Davis' injuries as the team has returned to training following their European winter break, Express & Star reported.
England-born Congolese defender Konsa came off at halftime in Villa's 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth after he picked a muscle injury.
Meanwhile, youngster Davis was withdrawn after sustaining an injuring during a match for the U23 team last week.
Manager Dean Smith has Bjorn Engels in place of Konsa, however, he is stuck with a possible replacement for Davis as Villa lack options up at the front.
The 21-year-old was out of action for three months with a hamstring injury before he made his return as a substitute in Villa's matches against Leicester City and the Cherries.
January signings Mbwana Samatta and Borja Baston are the only available senior strikers following Wesley's injury that ended his 2019/20 season.
On the positive side for the Villans, the results over the weekend gave them a stroke of luck following Watford's draw to Brighton and West Ham's match against Manchester City being postponed - this means that the side remains outside the relegation zone.
However, Villa have a tough encounter ahead of them when they meet with Tottenham Hotspur and they will need to pull out all stops to come away with a win and improve their standings on the Premier League table.
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