Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp has suggested that he could make changes to the side which thrashed Wigan Athletic 9-1 last weekend.
Spurs were rampant at the DW Stadium last weekend, but Redknapp believes that Saturday's trip to fellow top four contenders Aston Villa will be an entirely different proposition.
Redknapp left skipper Robbie Keane and England midfielder Jermaine Jenas on the bench against Wigan and one or both could start at Villa Park.
"It's possible that I'd make one or two changes, it's a different game and winning at home is different to playing away – you've only got to look at results over history," he said.
"There will be no danger of complacency as it's a very tough game, you are never going to get an easy game there, so it's an evenly matched game between two teams trying to get into Europe.
"You don't have a lot of time to dwell. When I was driving home from the Wigan game I was already thinking about the Villa game.
"We have a very tough week with Villa, Manchester United in the Carling Cup and then Everton."