- Venue:White Hart Lane
- Referee:Foy, C
The final whistle goes and Spurs celebrate a vital three points.
Aaron Lennon squares the ball towards Eidur Gudjohnsen who tries to be too precise and produces a horrendous miss.
Jack Wilshere is booked for a foul on Younes Kaboul.
Heurelho Gomes seems to have a groin injury and is receiving treatment.
Peter Crouch sees his effort saved by Jussi Jaaskelainen as the clock ticks down.
Heurelho Gomes makes a fantastic save to deny Matt Taylor whose volley seemed destined for the back of the net.
Eidur Gudjohnsen replaces Roman Pavlyuchenko.
Gareth Bale takes another corner which is cleared by Gary Cahill.
The corner reaches Peter Crouch whose shot is blocked by Zat Knight.
Zat Knight concedes another corner under pressure from Peter Crouch.
End-to-end stuff as Spurs win a corner.
Chung-Yong Lee sends in the corner but it's cleared by Gareth Bale.
Nervous times for Spurs as Bolton win a corner.
Gareth Bale's corner is cleared by Zat Knight.
Aaron Lennon motors forward and wins a corner off Paul Robinson.
Gareth Bale delivers a ball towards Roman Pavlyuchenko at the far post who stretches but can't quite make contact.
Fabrice Muamba makes way for Ricardo Gardner.
Spurs can't make the most of the corner and Bolton have a throw.
Luka Modric charges forward and plays in Roman Pavlyuchenko whose shot is blocked by Gretar Steinsson for a corner.
Roman Pavlyuchenko goes for goal left-footed but his effort goes wide.
Aaron Lennon is on for David Bentley.
Jack Wilshere has a shot which is blocked well by Michael Dawson.
Jermain Defoe is replaced by Peter Crouch.
Chung-Yong Lee has done well for Bolton since he came on and they are pushing for an equaliser.
Roman Pavlyuchenko is flagged offside.
Bolton come forward and Matt Taylor has a shot blocked by Younes Kaboul.
Gareth Bale has a wicked shot which is tipped wide by Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Younes Kaboul sends a cross towards the near post and Roman Pavlyuchenko glances a header wide.
The crowd aren't happy with Roman Pavlyuchenko's efforts today and he may not last much longer in this game.
Jermain Defoe sees a right-foot effort go wide.
Matt Taylor has a snap-shot parried wide by Heurelho Gomes.
Chung-Yong Lee is on for Vladimir Weiss.
Johan Elmander replaces Ivan Klasnic.
David Bentley has an effort from the edge of the area that goes wide of the left-hand post.
Good goalkeeping from Heurelho Gomes as he commands his area and deals with a Bolton cross.
Matt Taylor is booked for pulling back Jermain Defoe as Spurs try to break forward.
Vladimir Weiss whips in the corner and it's punched clear by Heurelho Gomes.
Matt Taylor sends in the corner and the ball pings around the area and eventually goes out for another corner.
Matt Taylor takes another free-kick which is cleared for a Bolton corner.
Now Bolton try to put a move together but Kevin Davies is offside - neither set of strikers have stood out today.
Spurs break but Jermain Defoe is flagged offside.
Matt Taylor whips the free-kick into the area but it's cleared by Michael Dawson.
Jack Wilshere is tripped and wins Bolton a free-kick 20 yards outside the area.
Roman Pavlyuchenko runs at pace towards the area and has a strike which is off target.
The crowd are urging Tom Huddlestone to shoot whenever he gets the ball.
The second half is underway with no changes for either side.
Half Time: TOTTENHAM 1-0 BOLTON.
There is one minute of added time.
Matt Taylor has an optimistic shot that goes wide of Heurelho Gomes's left-hand post.
David Bentley takes another Spurs corner and Gareth Bale has an effort that flies over the bar.
There is a sense of relief around the ground thanks to that goal.
TOTTENHAM 1-0 BOLTON. HUDDLESTONE puts Spurs ahead with a stunning strike from 30 yards out.
Gareth Bale takes the free-kick and forces a save from Jussi Jaaskelainen for a Spurs corner.
Paul Robinson is booked for a foul on David Bentley.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto fouls Fabrice Muamba and concedes a free-kick to the frustration of the home fans.
David Bentley takes the corner right-footed and Tom Huddlestone has a shot saved by Jussi Jaaskelainen but the whistle goes for a handball from the Spurs man.
Younes Kaboul wins a corner.
Gareth Bale drives Spurs forward and forces a good save from Jussi Jaaskelainen with a stinging drive.
The corner comes to nothing but Bolton are growing in confidence.
Play resumes and Bolton win a corner.
A break in play as Matt Taylor is down receiving treatment.
Bolton are having a lot of possession at the moment but not showing much of a cutting edge.
Bolton are doubling up on Gareth Bale and not allowing him to play, he's been quiet so far.
Michael Dawson appears to foul Kevin Davies as the two battle for the ball but the free-kick goes against the Bolton man.
Matt Taylor take a corner as Bolton come back into the game but Heurelho Gomes makes the save.
Kevin Davies is caught offside.
The corner is cleared but only as far as Gareth Bale whose shot is saved.
Spurs win a corner and the noise levels increase.
Fabrice Muamba has a long range effort that flies over the bar.
Younes Kaboul gets to the byline and pulls the ball back for Roman Pavlyuchenko who can't make any decent contact.
Spurs are beginning to build up some pressure but can't break the Bolton defence down.
Roman Pavlyuchenko goes down in the area under pressure from Zat Knight but the referee isn't interested.
The game is a little scrappy at the moment with both sides giving the ball away.
Ivan Klasnic has an effort which lacks pace and is easy for Heurelho Gomes to deal with.
Luka Modric tries a left-foot shot but it doesn't have the power and goes out for a goal-kick.
There's an air of expectancy around the ground as the Spurs fans try to cheer their players on to the Champions League.
Bolton win a corner which is launched by Matt Taylor into the arms of Heurelho Gomes.
The game gets underway in bright sunshine at White Hart Lane.
Owen Coyle hasn't made any changes to the side that drew with Portsmouth last weekend.
Ledley King starts again in defence for Spurs while Younes Kaboul replaces Wilson Palacios in the only change to the side that lost against Manchester United.
Champions League-chasing Tottenham Hotspur face a critical meeting with Bolton Wanderers on Saturday and a win is a must for Harry Redknapp's White Hart Lane outfit.
They currently sit in the lucrative fourth position that would see them qualify for Europe's elite club competition next season but, with a clash at fierce rivals Manchester City on Wednesday evening, the battle is set to go to the wire.
Bolton sit comfortably in 14th position and it will be interesting to see if they put up much of a fight in the capital as they have nothing left to play for this term.
Spurs will be keen to get back to winning ways after they suffered a 3-1 reversal at Manchester United last Saturday.
The defeat came after fantastic back-to-back wins over Arsenal and Chelsea and they will fancy their chances of turning Owen Coyle's men over on home soil.
The Trotters were held to a 2-2 draw against rock-bottom Portsmouth last time out and the week before grabbed a fine 2-1 win at Stoke City.
However, Coyle will know that prior to the two recent games they fell to four consecutive defeats without scoring and he will want his team to end the campaign in respectable fashion.
He is without a number of first-team players for the remainder of the season with Gavin McCann (ankle), Sean Davis (cruciate ligament) and Joey O'Brien (knee) all missing.
Andy O'Brien (thigh), Stuart Holden (broken leg) and Chris Basham (knee) are all rated as big doubts for the trip to the capital.
Harry Redknapp's men are without Niko Kranjcar (ankle), Jonathan Woodgate (groin) and Carlo Cudicini (wrist) while defender Vedran Corluka is closing in on a return to the action as he battles back from a sprained ankle.
Earlier this season, Corluka's effort ensured the spoils were shared in a 2-2 draw at the Reebok Stadium. Ricardo Gardner had put Wanderers ahead in the opening exchanges before Kranjcar equalised.
Bolton captain Kevin Davies restored the home side's lead but Corluka's intervention secured a point for his side.
More recently, the sides met in an FA Cup fifth round encounter in February.
The tie went to a White Hart Lane replay after Davies' opener was cancelled out by England striker Jermain Defoe in a 1-1 draw before Spurs ran riot in the replay.
Russia star Roman Pavlyuchenko opened the scoring before unfortunate own goals by goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen and Andy O'Brien put the Londoners in firm control.
Tom Huddlestone's spectacular goal helped Tottenham set up a Champions League decider against Manchester City on Wednesday night as Harry Redknapp's side beat Bolton Wanderers 1-0 at White Hart Lane.
Huddlestone netted the only goal of the game with a stunning 25-yard strike which helped Spurs stay in fourth place with just two games left to play.
Tottenham are just a point above Manchester City, but can guarantee a Champions League place for the first time in the club's history with victory at Eastlands on May 5.
Tottenham could have opened the scoring on 17 minutes when the ever impressive Gareth Bale fired a low shot from the edge of the box which produced a fine save from Jussi Jaaskelainen diving low to his right.
You could sense the nerves among the home supporters with so much at stake and Bolton almost capitalised on 26 minutes when Gretar Steinsson saw his shot take a wicked deflection off Michael Dawson as the ball flew inches past the post.
But Huddlestone gave the home fans something to shout about when he broke the deadlock in superb fashion on 38 minutes.
Tottenham fans have been spoilt for choice when it comes to stunning goals at the Lane this season - none more so than Danny Rose's spectacular volley against Arsenal in last month's north London derby.
But Huddlestone came close to equalling that when he latched onto a ball from Benoit Assou-Ekotto and fired an unstoppable 25-yard right-foot shot which sailed past Jaaskelainen into the roof of the net.
Tottenham started the second half in anxious mood and Bolton were certainly making the home crowd sweat as they forced three corners in succession and were determined to take something from the game and not just make up the numbers.
Huddlestone almost eased the tension with another spectacular strike on the hour mark, but this time his 25-yard fizzing shot went just wide of the post.
Heurelho Gomes came to Tottenham's rescue on 62 minutes when he made a fine one-handed save diving low to his left to palm away a shot from Matt Taylor.
Tottenham should have put the game beyond Bolton on 66 minutes when Bale broke free inside the box and saw his shot superbly saved by Jaaskelainen. The Finnish keeper just about did enough to push the ball past the post.
Bolton refused to lie down and it could have been a different story for the north London club had Taylor not seen his shot cleared off the line by Younes Kaboul on 67 minutes.
Redknapp knew he needed to change things around and brought on Peter Crouch and Aaron Lennon, who was making his first appearance at White Hart Lane since December after being forced to miss the last five months with a groin injury.
But it was Gomes who came to Tottenham's rescue once again on 87 minutes when he made a stunning save to deny Taylor's dipping volley from the edge of the box.
Tottenham held on and are now bracing themselves for one of the games of the season in Manchester on Wednesday night.
Shots off target