SPURS return to the South Coast for the second time this month as they face Southampton in the FA Cup fourth round.

Jose Mourinho’s side went down 1-0 on their last visit and have yet to really hit gear under the Special One.

 Dele Alli celebrates ending Spurs three game streak without a goal

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Dele Alli celebrates ending Spurs three game streak without a goalCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Trophies are desired though at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the visitors haven’t tasted glory in the FA Cup since way back in 1991.

Saints are on the up and continue to pull away from danger in the Premier League, but did suffer defeat in their last home game against Wolves.

 Danny Ings has been in terrific form this season

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Danny Ings has been in terrific form this seasonCredit: Reuters

What time does Southampton vs Tottenham kick off?

SPURS will make the trip south on Saturday, January 25.

Kick-off at St Marys is at 3pm.

Tottenham haven’t won at this ground since 2016, when Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Son Heung-min all got on the scoresheet.

Is Southampton vs Tottenham on TV and can I live stream it?

SADLY this game won’t be broadcast live in the UK on TV.

But for viewers in the US, you can watch the action unfold on ESPN+.

Stick with us here on SunSport where we’ll be running a dedicated LIVE BLOG to bring you all the drama as it happens.

What is the team news?

WITH silverware on their mind, we expect Spurs to take this one seriously and put out their strongest possible team.

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Harry Kane remains sidelined and won’t be available until April at the earliest.

While Hugo Lloris made his shock return to action against Norwich – but could be rested here with Paulo Gazzaniga coming back in.

Harry Winks went down in the same game, whilst Erik Lamela was removed late on due to fatigue.

Saints saw Cedric Soares come off with a knee problem and won’t play any part.

He joins Jan Bednarek and full-back Yan Valery on the injury table, while Che Adams will hope to play a part after appearing several times off the bench this term.

Match odds

  • Saints to win – 7/4
  • Match to go to a replay – 12/5
  • Spurs to win – 29/20
  • Both teams to score – 8/15

*Odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication





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