Free tips FA Cup: Tottenham vs Wycombe Preview and Betting Tips (3pm, Saturday)
Tottenham Hotspur haven’t lost all season at White Hart Lane, and won’t expect to against Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Spurs eased past Aston Villa in the last round, while League 2 side Wycombe scraped past non-league Stourbridge.
Tottenham v Wycombe Past Meetings
These two will be making history on Saturday, as they prepare to meet for the first time ever in competitive football.
Tottenham v Wycombe Stats
Spurs’ last loss at White Hart Lane came last May against Southampton. They’ve won 11 from 13 games in all competitions at their home ground this season – not including Wembley.
Wycombe have won five of their last six away games in the FA Cup, but have been victorious in just one of their previous seven ties with top-flight opposition.
Tottenham Team News
Mauricio Pochettino will ring the changes for this one, with key players expected to be rested. Kieran Tripper and Ben Davies are likely to deputise, youngsters Cameron Carter-Vickers and Harry Winks should start, and summer signing’s Moussa Sissoko and Vincent Janssen could lead the attack.
Wycombe Team News
Twenty-year-old Paul Kashket could return to the starting line-up, after coming off the bench in last week’s draw with Luton. Michael Harriman and Dayle Southwell remain out.
Tottenham v Wycombe Match Predictions
Spurs to win at 1/6 with Titan Bet
Asian Handicap – Spurs -3.0 at 3/1 with Paddy Power
Reason for Tottenham v Wycombe Betting Tips
It would take more than just the magic of the cup for there to be an upset in this one. Tottenham are one of the hottest teams in Europe right now, and although Pochettino will rest key players, he can rely on other members of his squad to perform.
It’s a sign of their depth that record signing Moussa Sissoko can be drafted in, along with young talents Harry Winks and George Kevin-NKoudou. Summer flop Vincent Janssen will likely lead the line, but he could be a good bet on first goalscorer as he looks to prove his doubters wrong.
Wycombe are massive underdogs for the trip to the Lane, reflected in the very short odds for a home win. They may be pushing for a play-off spot in League 2, but it’s more down to their impressive home form. Away from Adams Park, they’ve only managed four wins from 13 in the league. They just about edged past non-league side Stourbridge in the last round, needing a last minute goal from Adebayo Akinfenwa to progress.
Tottenham can therefore be confidently stuck on an accumulator, but if you’re looking for better value, try the Asian Handicap option. Spurs -3.0 is at 3/1 with Paddy Power, meaning that any victory margin of four or more goals provides a winning bet, whilst a three-goal margin gets your money back. Spurs smashed League 1 side Gillingham 5-0 in an earlier round of the EFL Cup, playing a mixture of youngsters and squad players, so it’s not one to be written off.