Manchester United's 4-1 win at Old Trafford over Blackburn Rovers in March 2007 sets the record at 76,098.
The 90,000 capacity stadium is split into 158 sections for ticketing purposes and only five of those sections have limited tickets available.
Last season, 85,512 came through the Wembley turnstiles for the Champions League match against Bayer Leverkusen.
The Londoners can be backed at just 4/21 (1.19) with SportPesa to enjoy a league win at Wembley for the first time, while the same firm go 25/4 (7.25) that Pochettino's team are forced to settle for a share of the spoils - as they have in their last two top tier matches at home.
Following the defeat to Chelsea, they drew with Burnley and Swansea City.
Better value, however, could lie in backing Spurs to maintain their fine form by enjoying a comfortable win against a Cherries side that has looked out-of-sorts so far this season; SportPesa offer 7/5 (2.40) that Pochettino's team win by at least three clear goals and that price could provide punters with a path to profit ahead of Saturday's showdown at Wembley.
Taking the Premier League attendance record away from the latter is one thing, but fans will likely be more interested in whether they can challenge them on the field and sustain a title challenge.