Is Tottenham vs Norwich on TV? Channel, live stream, kick off time and team news for FA Cup fifth round tie – The Sun03/04/2020
SPURS host Norwich for the second time in 2020 with a place in the FA Cup quarter finals up for grabs.
It's been a miserable period for Jose Mourinho and Tottenham who have lost three-straight games in all competitions.
Eight-time winners of the FA Cup, Spurs haven't lifted the trophy in almost 30 years but have battled past Middlesbrough and Southampton to reach this stage.
Norwich are rock bottom of the Premier League and haven't made it to the quarter-final since 1992.
What time is kick-off?
THIS FA Cup fifth round tie is all set for Wednesday, March 4.
Kick-off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is at 7.45pm.
When the Canaries visited here just last month, they were sunk 2-1 in the league thanks to goals from Dele Alli and Son Heung-min.
Is Tottenham vs Norwich on TV and can I live stream it?
YOU can catch this game live on the BBC Red Button.
BBC ONE are showing Sheffield Wednesday vs Man City live, so head to that game and hit the red button on your remote.
Then select this game from the menu.
If you want to stream, load up the BBC iPlayer on your mobile, tablet or PC to watch the game from the beginning or live.
What is the team news?
SPURS continue to struggle up-top with Harry Kane and Son Heung-min out with long-term injuries.
Moussa Sissoko is also sidelined, while Ryan Sessegnon, Hugo Lloris and Juan Foyth are all expected to miss out once again.
Christoph Zimmermann is battling to be fit for the visitors after missing the 1-0 win over Leicester.
Norwich will definitely be without trio Onel Hernandez, Sam Byram and Timm Klose.
SPUR THEM ON
Tottenham stars looked relaxed as they arrived for the game earlier.
Spurs were beaten 3-2 at home by Wolves on Sunday and need a response in the cup tonight.
Here's how we predict Spurs will line-up against Norwich.
Without a striker Dele Alli could lead the line as a false No9.
SPURS host Norwich at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, looking to book their place in the quarter-finals alongside London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
But as the striker crisis continues for Jose Mourinho, he looks set to give Dele Alli the most-advanced role after excelling against Wolves with two assists.
There is no Harry Kane – who Gareth Southgate expects to be fit for the Euros – nor any Son Heung-min available due to injuries.
And although Troy Parrott has made two late substitute appearances in the Premier League this term, the 18-year-old “Privileged One” is not in the plans to start.
The senior Irish international came off the bench for the final minute against Wolves then played and scored in a 3-2 win over Wolves U23s with the Spurs development side on Monday.
Mourinho said: “We are taking very good care of him and we cannot tell you everything or every detail.
“We are taking good care of a young player but also taking care of a young boy in society, life, private life and that is a process.
“He is 18 but one month ago he was 17 so he is not even close to being 19.
“So we are taking good care of him. Yesterday we decided it was good for him to play for the Under-23s but only for 45 minutes.
“The objective was to give him some match time but not 90 minutes because tomorrow he will be on the bench. It is a process.”
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