Wycombe Wanderers will play Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

It will be the second time in the competition's history that the two sides would have met, with the previous tie being in 2017 at the same stage, when Spurs narrowly defeated Wanderers 4-3 at the old White Hart Lane.

The match was the penultimate FA Cup tie to be played at the stadium.

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Several of Spurs' big names could be at Adams Park (Glyn Kirk)

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And if Wycombe were to cause a cup upset against Jose Mourinho's men, they will face either Everton of the Premier League of their Championship rivals, Sheffield Wednesday, in the fifth round.

The last time a Mourinho team visited Adams Park

Additionally, this will not be Jose Mourinho's first visit to Adams Park. 

The 57-year-old, who has won 25 trophies in his career, which include eight league titles, took his Chelsea side to Wycombe during the 2006/07 season, when the two teams met in the semi-finals of the League Cup.

The match was four years ago

Wycombe drew the first leg 1-1 but were comprehensively beaten at Stamford Bridge a week later.

Chelsea defeated Arsenal in the final that year. 

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And whilst Mourinho will be back at a stadium he has visited, the fixture could see the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Son Heung-min, Hugo Lloris, Moussa Sissoko and Gareth Bale all play on the Adams Park pitch for the first time. 

JJ was happy with the draw

Speaking after defeating Wycombe's 4-1 win over Preston on Saturday in the third round, manager Gareth Ainsworth said 'winning breeds winning', and with winnable matches against relegation rivals QPR and Sheffield Wednesday before their battle with Spurs, who is to say that a cup upset isn't on the cards?

Let us hope it will be a good KNIGHT when Wycombe play Spurs

The Chairboys were just seconds away from knocking the eight-time winners out of the competition four years ago, which was the last time Wycombe reached this stage of the FA Cup.

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And whilst Ainsworth has always said that he never wants 'revenge' against a club where his side has either lost narrowly or heavily to, the demons of that game could well and truly be buried if Wycombe produce the mother of all cup upsets at Tottenham this month.  

If Wycombe were to defeat Spurs, it will be the first time since the 2001 season that they would have beaten a top-flight team in the competition.   

That season, the Chairboys defeated Leicester City at Filbert Street in the quarter-finals, with striker Roy Essandoh getting the winner in injury-time.

Samuel scored against Preston in the previous round 

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Essandoh had joined the club through a Teletext advert after Wycombe needed a fit, non-cup-tied striker following a shortage of forwards.

The Beast played in the previous match against the two 

He signed for the club just seven days before the cup tie against the Foxes, and his winner was his only goal for the club.

In the third round, Spurs defeated non-league Marine 5-0.