http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/fa_cup/9379083.stm?BBC: Fulham v Tottenham
FA Cup fourth round
Venue: Craven Cottage Date: Sunday, 30 January Kick-off: 1630 GMT
Coverage: BBC Sport website, BBC Radio 5 live, BBC local radio, Final Score
Fulham team news to follow.
Tottenham's Gareth Bale is out with back trouble but Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Heurelho Gomes and Wilson Palacios should all return from injury.
Ledley King, Jonathan Woodgate and Tom Huddlestone are all still sidelined.
The tie in context
• This is one of five all-Premier League clashes in the fourth round, and the only London derby.
Gulf in class
• Tottenham are 10 higher than Fulham in the top-flight table.
• This is the 75th competitive meeting of these clubs.
• Tottenham have won their last three meetings with Fulham, including a Premier League double over them this season.
Fulham 1-2 Tottenham (Prem Lge, 16 Oct)
Tottenham 1-0 Fulham (Prem Lge, 01 Jan)
• Spurs have not lost in seven meetings with the Cottagers, three of which were goalless draws.
• The Thames-side club last defeated Spurs in November 2008, with a 2-1 Premier League triumph at Craven Cottage.
FA Cup records and best performances
• This is the sixth time these London clubs have been drawn to meet each other in the FA Cup.
• Spurs have progressed on all the previous five occasions. Two required replays, including the most recent in last season's quarter-finals.
• Midweek defeat to Liverpool ended a four-match run of three wins and a draw in all competitions.
• Bidding for a fourth successive home win.
FA Cup form
• The 1975 runners-up have been quarter-finalists in three of the last seven years, including the most recent two.
• Dismissed Peterborough 6-2 in the third round, with a hat-trick from Diomansy Kamara.
• Eager to avoid elimination at the hands of Tottenham for the third time in five years.
• Everton were the last fellow Premier League club they knocked out; fourth round replay, February 2004.
• Drawn the last two.
• Lost one of 15 league and cup matches.
• Last won on the road on Boxing Day (at Aston Villa).
FA Cup form
• Last season's appearance in the semi-finals was the best performance in nine years for the eight-times winners, who last lifted the trophy 20 years ago.
• Fulham was the last Premier League club they knocked out in the competition, in last season's last eight.
Saturday, 19 February 2011 (Kick off: 1500 GMT)
Referee: Phil Dowd (Staffordshire)
Assistant referees: Darren Cann and Adam Watts
Fourth official: Anthony Taylor