As Gianni Infantino might say when drawing the Champions League, all options are open for Tottenham Hotspur who are going great guns on four fronts this season as they aim to have a successful season despite their White Hart Lane woes.
Spurs might not even play a match at their new ground by May, although they are still battling well at Wembley and their 1-0 win over Chelsea in the EFL Cup means that Paddy Power offer 3/1 about Mauricio Pochettino’s side winning this competition.
Perhaps this competition represents their best chance of landing silverware, although the more optimistic Tottenham fan can get 2000/1 that Spurs not only win the EFL Cup but also land the clean sweep of FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League.
Pochettino needs to hope that Liverpool and Manchester City stumble along the way, although City’s recent win over the Reds certainly opens the door, while Spurs have a fairly favourable draw against Borussia Dortmund at the last sixteen stage of the Champions League.
William Hill offer 1/3 that Spurs are empty-handed by the end of the campaign and it’s clear that victories in the Champions League and Premier League look heavily unlikely at the moment, although the FA Cup is certainly a viable option.
You can get 12/1 with the same firm that Spurs land a domestic cup double and it’s clear that a strong team will be fielded in the FA Cup, with the north London side heading to Crystal Palace in the fourth round of this competition.