Just now that later a busy deadline day, Tottenham return to action on Saturday aiming to book a place in the last 16 of the FA Cup.
Also now this is a competition which manager Antonio Conte has a good record in, losing just one of 12 ties while at Chelsea.
Spurs delivered for the Italian in January – albeit a little later than he wanted while they moved on some struggling players.
This new-look Spurs side now faces off with Brighton, a side who have put together a seven-game unbeaten run.
Look for Clean sheets a problem
Conte’s arrival at Tottenham hasn’t improved them defensively, as they come into this game without a clean sheet in their last five. Meanwhile, Brighton’s last six matches have seen both teams score.
The Seagulls have scored in eight of their last nine away games and they should trouble the Spurs defence on Saturday night.
In the meantime Spurs still haven’t improved their defence, so expect goals in this clash.
Tottenham vs Brentford up on FA Cup
Brighton may be having a good season, but they tend to struggle in this trip.
Also spurs have won each of their last six home meetings with Brighton, with the Seagulls losing every trip to Spurs since winning promotion.