Tottenham Hotspur make the short journey to East London on Tuesday night where they’ll face Leyton Orient in the Carabao Cup.
The third round tie sees the League Two side entertain their Premier League neighbours at The Breyer Group Stadium, also known as Brisbane Road.
While it’s unclear if Harry Kane will feature against the club he was loaned out to in 2011, his presence will still be felt.
The England forward has sponsored Leyton Orient’s shirts for £125,000 this season and donated the space to three good causes.
Spurs’ fourth - and most recent triumph - in the competition came in 2008, while their hosts’ best showing is a fifth round (quarter-final) appearance in the 1961/62 season.
What time is Leyton Orient vs Tottenham Hotspur?
Tuesday’s match in East London will kick off at 6pm, and is the first of five Carabao Cup games being played tonight.
Later on, Championship side Luton Town welcome Manchester United to Kenilworth Road for another third round tie at 8.15pm.
London rivals West Ham take on Hull at 7pm, with Chelsea and Arsenal in action on Wednesday when they take on Barnsley and Leicester City respectively.
Leyton Orient vs Tottenham Hotspur TV channel and live stream
Orient and Spurs fans can watch Tuesday’s third round game on Sky Sports as it’s one of four to be selected for TV coverage.
Coverage starts at 5.30pm on Sky’s Main Event and Football channels.
Fans will need to pay as Carabao Cup games are not shown live on free-to-air TV. Those with subscriptions can stream the tie, either through Sky Go or Now TV, whichever platform they use to access Sky Sports.