Tottenham have a golden opportunity this season to take home some piece of silverware and that opportunity cannot be wasted.
This team has made outstanding levels of progress under the guidance of Mauricio Pochettino but what is still lacking is that piece of silverware to look back on.
After that frustrating result against Juventus in the Champions League, the boys showed class and character by bouncing back in emphatic fashion against Bournemouth last weekend.
The FA Cup can be a different animal though, since teams – whether from the top or bottom – usually throw away the form book and perform at their sheer best.
We should definitely know that, considering how the previous round went against Rochdale and therefore Swansea City must be considered as a very threatening opposition.
Nonetheless, this is a fairly winnable cup tie and as long as the right tactical decisions are made, we should be able to secure a place in the semi-finals.
Players like Victor Wanyama and Lucas Moura deserve more playing opportunities and with Harry Kane absent, Son should get the nod upfront.