Tottenham fans are looking forward to their side taking another step towards ending their 15 year wait for a trophy when they take on Portsmouth in north London in the FA Cup.
The Lillywhites come into the game at the back of an impressive 4-0 win over Crystal Palace in the league where youngsters like Oliver Skipp- and later Pape Matar Sarr showed they can be trusted with more game time.
Antonio Conte has won trophies everywhere he’s been in the last decade but there are questions being asked if the Spus project will be a step too far, having turned water into wine by securing top four spot from Arsenal last season.
The next natural step will be to try and get them any sort of trophy to satisfy a fanbase who will be cherish him forever if he could help them win something.
The start of the weekend in the capital though has been quite dreary with the rain and wind combining to welcome Pompey.
The weather though has not done enough to stop both sides of fans bracing and heading to north London in a game that will certainly go down as one of the greatest upsets if the visitors can knock out the Premier League side, not since the 80’s that Spurs have lost to a league one side at this stage of the FA Cup.
Antonio Conte has decided to ring the changes with Fraser Forster in post and a back three of Davinson Sanchez Japhet Tanganga and Ben Davies.
Yves Bissouma who was suspended for the game against Palace returns and is paired alongs side Oliver Skipp and Papa Matar Sarr.
Emerson Royal and Ryan Sessegnon are the wing-backs and Kane how is just now just two goals shy of Jimmy Greaves record and Son Heung-Min make the attack.