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Sheffield United vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

The FA Cup push continues.

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We’re hitting the point where the proverbial rubber meets the road in the FA Cup as Tottenham Hotspur look to punch their ticket to the quarterfinals against Championship side Sheffield United.

Brighton, Blackburn, Fulham and Manchester City, all earned their spots yesterday with victories. With this year’s competition rife with upsets, there is a chance the quarterfinals could have club names such as Grimsby Town and Fleetwood still involved. Spurs will be favored today after Sheffield dispatched non-league side Wrexham, denying Spurs the chance to be involved in a Hollywood story.

Expect some rotation today as Spurs are in the midst of a brutal schedule that has the north London side playing six matches in two weeks, including their second leg in the Champions League against A.C. Milan. Christian Stellini will be in the manager’s box one more time before Antonio Conte’s full return. He’s been a good luck charm and it cannot be overstated how important he’s been to maintaining stability with this group in Conte’s absence.


How to Watch

Sheffield United vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Bramall Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England

Time: 7:55 PM UK, 2:55 PM ET

TV: BBC One (UK)

Streaming: ESPN+ (USA), DAZN (CAN), BBC Sport Web (UK)

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