FA Cup: Spurs vs NCFC



At home to White Hart Lane, Tottenham is falling two times in all competitions to welcome Premier League group rookie Norwich City who is also struggling at the FA Cup fifth round match. Whether Canary has continued the momentum of defeating Leicester recently to extend the earthquake or Spurs will vent successful anger on the opponent after a 3-match circuit.

Captain Hugo Lloris missed the Premier League defeat to Wolves on Sunday with a groin injury, and Argentinian goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga has recaptured his place in the goal, he is hoping to get a chance together. national team to attend Copa Aemrica this summer. Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko, Son Heung-Min, Ryan Sessegnon and Juan Foyth all missed this match and Erik Lamela was not on the bench on the weekend and was considered a suspect, while 3 stars were Troy Parrott, Tanguy Ndombele and Gedson Fernandes are among those who can play from the start. Tottenham have won both the first half and full time in the last 3 home games against Norwich in all competitions. Tottenham have seen more than 2.5 goals in their last 4 matches against Norwich and Spurs have scored at least 2 goals in that series. Tottenham also won against Norwich in the last 3 matches at home but just lost to the direct competitor for Champions League tickets, Wolves in the 28th Premier League, coach Jose Mourinho continued to lose under the old role, this time is Nuno Santos. The rooster has been left behind by the top 4, Mourinho has given away important players on Sunday and, thus, can have a strong squad for this match.

Sam Byram, Onel Hernandez and Timm Klose missed the trip to Tottenham while Christoph Zimmermann was a doubt, although Daniel Farke could choose to risk him at the back. The players Fringe Josip Drmic, Tom Trybull and Ralf Fahrmann are all looking for a place to start, Norwich has just regained hope of surviving their Premier League with a surprising 1-0 victory over hosts Leicester on Friday night. Six and now they have narrowed the gap to 6 points with the safety group. However, Daniel Farke may consider the FA Cup an unnecessary distraction with the existence of the Premier League as the immediate goal.  
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