Having got the team for the last round completely wrong this one may be a little easier to predict and Harry has already said that he will look to field a strong XI when Spurs take the field at Broadhall Way on Sunday.
“It’ll be a very strong team,” Redknapp said.” Rafa’s still injured, we’ll have to see how he is next week. William is a week or two away, Younes will train today and we’ll see how he is.”
With Younes struggling and Ledley King due a rest, it was always on the cards that Ryan Nelsen would start and Harry hinted that this will happen.
‘I’ve got one or two I’d like to play. Ryan Nelsen has come in, the lads have said that he’s trained great this week. I’ve always been a big fan of his, I think he’s a great competitor,” Harry added.
Carlo played the last match in goal and could well start again on Sunday behind Walker, Nelsen, Dawson and possibly Danny Rose.
In midfield, Harry played a strong line up in the last round, even though Bale was injured. Will he bring the Welshman in for this one or keep him on the bench?
Up front, Louis Saha was an unused sub in Everton’s last FA Cup tie but Harry may conceivably look at giving Defoe a run out.
Here’s our starting XI but what do you think?