Jose Mourinho’s men were scheduled to play Leyton Orient in the previous round last week but the match was called off after a number of Orient players tested positive for Covid-19.
With the congested schedule to contend with Spurs were ultimately given a bye into the fourth round by the English Football League.
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Chelsea, meanwhile, made light work of their home match against Barnsley, slotting six past the Championship club with no response, and Frank Lampard will be hoping for some more success in the cup to ease the pressure of another frustrating Premier League result at the weekend.
The Blues had to come from 3-0 down to rescue draw against West Brom, while Spurs also picked up just the single point in a disappointing stalemate against Newcastle. With angst creeping in on both sides, this midweek affair should offer the perfect platform to lay it all out, gain bragging rights in the capital and inch closer to silverware.