Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham host League Two high-flyers Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday (3pm kick-off) hoping to avoid a major upset in the FA Cup.
Spurs saw their winning run come to an end at Manchester City last weekend, but they showed tremendous character to come from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Harry Kane’s excellent lay-off for Son Heung-min inspired Spurs’ equaliser against City, and Pochettino will once again call upon the England striker to inspire his side past Gareth Ainsworth’s men at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
However, Wycombe will prove to be a tough side to break down in North London on Saturday, as the Chairboys haven’t lost a game since their 4-2 defeat to Oxford United in the EFL Trophy on November 9.
Ainsworth’s men narrowly got past Stourbridge in round three, with an Adebayo Akinfenwa strike seven minutes from time proving to be the winner, and the former Northampton and AFC Wimbledon forward will once again lead the line against Spurs on Saturday.
So, with these two key forwards set to go head-to-head on Saturday, here is how Kane and Akinfenwa match up in their respective leagues this season…