follow all the action here as Tottenham seeks to secure a spot in the Carabao Cup final by defeating Brentford at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Jose Mourinho’s men return to their victories with a 3-0 win over Leeds on Saturday afternoon and will look to get two straight wins if they secure a spot in the Carabao Cup final

However, it certainly won’t be easy with the championship team knocking out four Premier League teams on their way to the bottom four so far

Thomas Frank’s team is also very well positioned in the league at the moment The Bees are currently in fourth place and six points ahead of leaders Norwich City with one game in hand

Mourinho has a very good record in this competition, having previously won it in his first full season during his two seasons as Chelsea boss and also when he was in charge of Manchester United

Given Spurs’ need for cutlery after their last title win in 2008, the head coach will aim to secure a spot at Wembley to lead the club to important honors

Our Tottenham correspondents Alasdair Gold and Rob Guest report on the game with all the actions from the stadium and the reactions of fans and media

Brentford pushes for an equalizer, but Ivan Toney can’t get his touch just outside the box and Eric Dier is there to steal his bag

Moussa Sissoko scores! He remains unmarked and sends Reguilon’s cross home with a nice header

Mourinho said this was the biggest game since arriving at Spurs and his team selection shows that by and large he means it

Sergio Reguilon in particular will simply try to keep his head bowed and impress after his festive folly

Davinson Sanchez comes in to add some pace in the center of defense, with Toby Alderweireld taking a break from at least the start

It would also be close between Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko who would win Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg as a partner, and it is the French who get the job

His compatriot Tanguy Ndombele is starting again and Mourinho tells FootballLondon on Saturday that Steven Bergwijn felt his groin late in the win against Leeds, so that he will probably fall on the bench for Lucas Moura as a precautionary measure

Since Mourinho can use five substitutes, many players on the bench can see action depending on how the game develops Dele Alli in particular thinks that Ndombele gets tired as the game progresses

It’s also good to see Harvey White back on the bench after making his Europa League debut

Mourinho and the staff were happy with his development and taking part in a semi-final is another big step in his development

Anyone who doesn’t start in this game will likely face non-league Marines on Sunday, and White will want to put his name in the hat for it

Brentford will bring the attacking game they shine in the championship and Mourinho will hope the Leeds game was the perfect preparation to deal with it

Brentford has made quite an impression with their attacking football over the past couple of seasons

They are about to move up to the top league in August and hope to get even better in May

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Tottenham will have to do their best tonight to hold their own against Brentford

Jose Mourinho and his team did the hard work at Hotspur Way ahead of today’s game

You can check out the four things we saw in Monday’s training session by clicking here

Jose Mourinho will have to do without a few players in the cup game against Brentford tonight

Tottenham fans will know the rules for overtime, penalties, substitutions and more for tonight’s semi-finals

Well, if you’re still not sure, don’t worry, as we can find all the information here in one handy article

Our man Alasdair Gold made his prediction and you can check it out here

Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of today’s Carabao Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Brentford

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