Jose Mourinho’s side enter with three defeats in their last three games, desperately needing a win to rebuild momentum as the season begins to reach its business stage.
Meanwhile, Norwich sit bottom of the Premier League, but were able to collect three points in their last outing by upsetting Leicester.
Fellow Premier League outfits Chelsea, Arsenal, Newcastle and Sheffield United have already advanced this week in the FA Cup, but who will join them from the fixture at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is the match?
The match takes place on 4 March. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
How can I watch it?
The match is being aired for free on BBC Red Button.
The game can also be streamed for free via BBC iPlayer if viewers have a valid TV license.
What’s the team news?
Ryan Sessegnon is back in contention for Spurs after recovering from a hip issue. Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is not yet fit enough to return, however, and nor are Son Heung-Min and Moussa Sissoko. While Harry Kane offered a promising update on his health today, he is still a few weeks away from playing.
Meanwhile, Norwich’s key striker Teemu Pukki is a doubt for the game, as is Alexander Tettey. Long-term absentees Christoph Zimmermann, Onel Hernandez, Sam Byram and Timm Klose will also miss out.
Tottenham: Gazzaniga; Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Tanganga, Davies; Ndombele, Winks, Alli; Lucas Moura, Bergwijn
Norwich: Krul; Aarons, Hanley, Godfrey, Lewis; Trybull, McLean, Cantwell, Duda; Drmic
Tottenham cannot afford to slip to a fourth successive defeat. Nevermind the knock-on impact a loss could have on their Premier League campaign, Mourinho was brought in to win silverware for Spurs and – whether or not that happens with this year’s FA Cup – exiting to Norwich would be unacceptable.
Norwich have no stake in this game, with Premier League survival crucial, if unlikely. Expect the home side to advance tonight, but not necessarily with as much ease as they should.
Tottenham 2-1 Norwich