That game was 1-0 to Spurs with a Roberto Soldado penalty on 80 minutes.
The big question is, will this familiarity mean a stalemate with the possibility of extra-time and penalties? Or will it be an all-firing, midweek cup game goal bonanza?
Sunday's game had 24 shots on goal, with 14 to Spurs and 10 to Hull City. On another day those stats (in theory) could have translated into many more goals.
It probably all depends on when the first goal is scored. If Spurs go ahead early, it could become more of an attack-minded game. If Hull City defend as they did on Sunday, we could see another tight game and then extra-time.
The winner of this game will be in the last eight of the cup.
Goals - Under 1.5 Over 4.5
If you think that it will be a low scoring game, then you can get odds of 3/1 on there being under 1.5 goals. Alternatively if you think it is going to be a good old-fashioned cup attack-at-all-odds slug-fest then there's 9/2 on over 4.5 goals.
In the last round Spurs showed fluency with a 4-0 victory against Aston Villa, with two goals from Jermain Defoe and one each for Nacer Chadli and Paulinho. A repeat of that score against Hull would get you correct score odds of 12/1.
Hull could only manage a 1-0 win at home to Huddersfield Town in their last round match.
If you go for Paulinho to score first you can get odds of 8/1. If your selection does not start and has not come on when the first goal is scored, the selection is void
All this taken into consideration, Spurs are clear favourites to win at 4/11, with the draw second favourites at 7/2 with Hull a distant outsider at 10/1.
To get many more match odds visit Betfred.com.