Min menu


FA Cup: Spurs vs Saints

At home to White Hart Lane, Tottenham is coming back strong will play against Southampton full of discomfort at the latest FA Cup fourth round match. Will Spurs continue the excitement of winning the last two rounds in the Premier League to get tickets to the fifth round of the FA Cup? Or Southampton will make opponents hate as it was in the New Year of 2020 recently and dispel sadness after the recent 0-4 defeat against Liverpool. 

Tottenham have won three recent matches at home, including a dramatic 2-0 victory over defending champion Man City recently in the Premier League arena. Captain Hugo Lloris returned after a long-term injury and successfully saved the penalty, the new PSN Eindhoven newcomer from the Netherlands, Steven Bergwijn, scored a new shirt in the first match to help Spurs opening the score before Son Heung Min hit the finish line, a match of Mourinho's identity when his team only had 3 shots but it hit the target despite Man City comfortably holding the ball. The second successive victory helped Spurs keep close to Chelsea's top 4 with only 4 points less.

After a 2-0 victory on the field of an uncomfortable opponent of London Crystal Palace, Southampton had to face a big obstacle as the top team Liverpool so they lost to 0-4 on the opponent's field was not too surprising, although launched up to 17 shots, but they only had 4 small hits and were harmless. The 2nd defeat in the last 3 rounds and their 12th defeat this season made them fall to the bottom half of the table, they are still safe with the relegation battle when the red light group is up 5 points, the opportunity for them Competition for the European Cup still remains, only 5 points behind the top 6. The Saints need to improve their second worst defense at the moment with 46 goals, and the public attack is relying heavily on Danny Ings, The 31-year-old English striker has 14 Premier League goals this season - he is aiming for a place in the England attack for the Euro 2020 finals this summer amid the top two strikers Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford are both long-term injuries. Away from home does not cause Southampton to worry because they have won 4 times in 5 recent matches away from home.