Wycombe vs Tottenham prediction: How will FA Cup fixture play out tonight?

Andrew Gamble
Gareth Bale has failed to make an impact yet on loan at Spurs (Getty)
Gareth Bale has failed to make an impact yet on loan at Spurs (Getty)

Wycombe Wanderers of the Championship host Tottenham in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The home side are bottom of the second division and have struggled to find form since dramatically achieving promotion from League One in the playoffs.

Tottenham have picked up some momentum recently, comfortably seeing off Sheffield United after a draw at home to Fulham.

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Jose Mourinho’s men will be desperate to pick up from where they left off in the third round, where they defeated Marine 5-0.

Here’s everything you need to know about the match.

When is it?

The fixture will kick-off at 7:45pm GMT at Adams Park Stadium.

How can I watch it?

The match is live on BT Sport, with coverage starting from 7pm GMT. Subscribers can also stream the match via the BT Sport app or desktop website.

What is the team news?

Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth is hoping to have the majority of his squad available for selection after the club was hit by Covid. They haven’t played a match since January 9th.

Jose Mourinho looks set to recall Erik Lamela, Gareth Bale, Lucas Moura and Carlos Vinicius for the trip to Wycombe. Giovani Lo Celso is out with a hamstring problem.

Confirmed line-ups

Wycombe XI: Allsop; Grimmer, Knight, McCarthy, Jacobson; Thompson, Muskwe; Wheeler, Bloomfield, Onyedinma; Ikpeazu

Tottenham XI: Hart, Tanganga, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies (C), Winks, Sissoko, Lamela, Bale, Lucas, Vinicius


Wycombe: 9/1

Draw: 5/1

Tottenham: 1/4


Jose Mourinho will pick a squad that is far too strong for Wycombe, who have been struggling recently. Spurs dispatched of Marine in the last round, and it will be similar story here. 3-0 Tottenham.

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