Tottenham continue their FA Cup journey on Monday night as they take on Championship side Wycombe Wanderers.
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Adams Park is the venue for the fourth round tie, which kicks off at 7.45pm.
The two sides have had very different seasons so far in their respective leagues.
Jose Mourinho’s men currently sit fifth in the Premier League table. They’ve won nine of their 18 matches, and are just one point off a spot in the top four.
Wycombe meanwhile have been struggling in the Championship. They sit rock bottom of the standings after 23 games.
Gareth Ainsworth’s outfit have won just three league matches all season. They are now ten points from safety.
But Monday evening provides the club with an opportunity to enjoy a run in the cup. They defeated fellow Championship side Preston in the third round of the competition earlier this month.
Fred Onyedinma, Joe Jacobson, Josh Knight and Alex Samuel helped secure a 4-1 victory.
Spurs meanwhile eased through their third round tie with minnows Marine. Striker Carlos Vinicius was the star of the show with a well-taken hat-trick. Lucas Moura and youngster Alfie Devine completed the 5-0 rout.
While there were wins for the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City over the weekend, Tottenham’s north London rivals Arsenal exited the competition. The Gunners lost 1-0 to fellow top-flight side Southampton.
Spurs will undoubtedly be keen to avoid such a fate. And they are unsurprisingly favourites to win the tie on Monday. They can be backed at 5/19 to do just that.
The home side are currently 12/1 to cause a major upset and win the game.
A draw has been given odds of 6/1.
Monday’s match will be the second ever competitive meeting between the two clubs. The first was also an FA Cup fourth round tie, with Spurs winning 4-3 in the 2016/17 campaign.
History certainly favours the top-flight side. They have progressed from 20 of their last 21 FA Cup matches against sides from a lower division.
Mourinho himself also has history with Monday’s opponents. The manager faced Wycombe in the 2006/07 League Cup semi-final with Chelsea.
The Blues drew 1-1 away, before picking up a 4-0 home win on their way to lifting the trophy.
Vinicius can be backed at 13/4 to open the scoring under the lights.