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Spurs should be wary of Villa threat
In-form Spurs welcome a dangerous Aston Villa side to White Hart Lane for an intriguing FA Cup third-round tie on Sunday.
Spurs looked great on Wednesday when they ended Chelsea's long winning streak in the Premier League thanks to two fine Dele Alli headers.

Their bid to muscle in on the title race is now on hold, however, as it's FA Cup time this weekend and Mauricio Pochettino's side must not take Championship Villa lightly, even though they're big favourites at n/a to win.

On the face of it, a home victory looks all-but assured but, with Pochettino likely to ring the changes, Villa, on offer at n/a, might just fancy their chances of an upset. The Midlanders are down in the second tier this season for the first time since the late 1980s and will hope to enjoy an improved second half to the campaign and secure a quick promotion back to the top flight.

Under Steve Bruce, they will always be difficult to beat - a draw here is a somewhat tempting n/a - and they will want to prove they're still a big club with big ambitions when they head to White Hart Lane.

SCotland striker Ross McCormack will be a threat if given the service and Bruce signed Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone on loan in midweek with the highly-rated 23-year-old expected to be handed his debut. Jack Grealish and Albert Adomah are also big talents and both will look to showcase their skills against Spurs.

Despite this, Spurs should still have enough to see off the Villans, with fringe players Ben Davies, Kieran Trippier, Harry Winks, Heung-min Son and Moussa Sissoko all tipped to start.

The likes of Harry Kane, Alli and Christian Eriksen could all be given a rest after the busy festive period, while Erik Lamela is still sidelined with a hip injury.

Villa have won just one of their last seven visits to White Hart Lane, while Spurs have won eight of the last nine matches. Bruce and co will therefore be in need of a little FA Cup magic if they are to be involved in the draw for the fourth round.

Recommended bet: Home win or draw n/a.
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