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Spurs weekend preview - Saints visit, plus huge cup games!

17 March 2017|Tottenham Hotspur

Here's a quick look at which of our teams are in action and where over the coming days...

First team
Premier League
Sunday, March 19, 2017
White Hart Lane, 2.15pm

EFL Cup finalists this season, Southampton come to White Hart Lane on Sunday, sitting 10th in the Premier League standings ahead of the weekend's action.

They won a seven-goal thriller at Watford last time out and, as the last team to beat us at White Hart Lane back in May last year, they're sure to pose a threat in what is our fourth consecutive Sunday home game in all competitions.


FA Youth Cup semi-final, second leg
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Stamford Bridge, 5.15pm

Our youngsters travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday with a real task on their hands as we bid to overturn a 2-1 first-leg deficit in our FA Youth Cup semi-final.

We were unable to hit our stride in the first meeting at White Hart Lane on Tuesday night and went two goals down, but some superb goalkeeping from Brandon Austin, coupled with Kazaiah Sterling's late strike, means we're still in with a fighting chance against the current holders.

Ticket details can be found here. The match will be screened live on ITV4.

We'll also have live updates on Twitter @SpursOfficial.


Spurs Ladies
SSE Women's FA Cup, fifth round
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Boreham Wood FC, 2pm

As their remarkable season rumbles on, Spurs Ladies face the biggest game in their history on Sunday with a North London derby in the fifth round of the SSE Women's FA Cup.

As each week has passed, Karen Hills' side has seen off all challengers to remain unbeaten in all competitions.

Now, it's their greatest test yet as Spurs travel to Boreham Wood to take on an Arsenal side recognised as one of the biggest Ladies teams in Europe. A staple of the Women’s Super League, they're the current SSE Women's FA Cup holders and have won the competition 14 times in all.

Can Spurs Ladies upset the odds and make history? Keep an eye out across our digital platforms for all the coverage and fall-out.