Why this could be an upset: Cheltenham currently sit second in League Two on a fine run of form. The Rubies have won eight of their nine last nine away games and have lost just once in the league since the middle of September.
Cheltenham have the second best defensive record in League Two, a solid foundation built on the defensive partnership of Alan Bennent, Steve Elliott, and full backs Sido Jombati and Luke Garbutt while the impressive midfield trio of Marlon Pack, Russell Penn, and Luke Summerfield have proven to be one of the best combinations in League Two
Chances of a shock: Low - In reality, Cheltenham have little chance against a Spurs side that is third in the Premiership and playing some fantastic football. However, many of the Spurs first team will be rested and with Cheltenham's defensive solidity, they may be able sneak a result.
In many respects it does not matter so much for Cheltenham fans who will get to see their team play at one of the finest clubs in the country, something that seemed so unlikely in the last few years.
It will certainly be an enjoyable day for 5,000 Cheltenham fans whatever the result and I will be among them!