Afternoon action from the FA Cup as Tottenham take on Crystal Palace with a place in the Quarter Finals up for grabs (KO 15:00).
Tottenham will be looking to continue their fine fun of form and we could be set for an absolute cracker of a game as punters and fans can watch all the action with Bet365, who have a live feed from White Hart Lane this afternoon.
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The fifth round of the FA Cup continues today in an all Premier League clash at White Hart Lane as Tottenham take on Crystal Palace.
Football fans will surely be licking their lips at the prospect of another impressive attacking display from Mauricio Pochettino’s resurgent Spurs side, as they look to take their place in the FA Cup quarter final draw.
Its been a superb few months for Tottenham, with the side ideally placed in the Premier League to make a realistic challenge on the title this season, and with the Europa League tie nicely poised with Fiorentina, a Wembley appearance would certainly be the icing on the cake for all involved at White Hart Lane this season.
Pochettino has few injury worries for the visit of the Eagles. Michel Vorm should continue between the sticks after first choice keeper Hugo Lloris suffered a shoulder injury in the win over Manchester City, while Jan Vertonghen and Clinton N’Jie will both miss the game.
Crystal Palace may see the trip to the Lane as a welcome relief from the rigours of the Premier League, as the Eagles struggle to turn around an appalling run of form which has seen the side win only twice in their last eleven games in all competitions.
A significant injury list will not have helped Alan Pardew, with James McArthur, Kwesi Appiah and Jason Puncheon all missing from the starting eleven, and Yannick Bolasie, Dwight Gayle, Joe Ledley and Bakary Sako all carrying knocks coming into the game.
Predictably, Tottenham are favourites coming in to the game at a price of 4/7 and it would take shrewd or even foolish punter to back against another Tottenham home win, considering the form of the side at the moment.
Those who are looking for what would be an FA Cup shock, can back the Crystal Palace away win at 5/1, which may appeal to some considering Tottenham’s busy fixture list, which included a tiring midweek trip to Fiorentina last Thursday.
The stalemate can be backed at 3/1.
Those who are looking at the first goalscorer markets can find plenty of big prices around which offer better returns. Harry Kane is the 3/1 favourite to bag the first goal of the game, although better value may lie in Delle Alli, who at 6/1 represents significant value and should bring home a handsome return if the future England star can net first.
We could be in for a classic, with Tottenham playing some of their best football in recent years, and Crystal Palace looking to put their Premier League woes behind them.
The magic of the FA Cup returns. Strap yourself in!
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