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Harry Kane

Full-time: Fulham 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs march on into the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Bettinelli denies Tottenham a fourth, also denying Moussa Sissoko his first goal for the club after matching the Frenchman's vicious effort with a fine save.

Here's goal number three for Kane; his second hat-trick of 2017.

Harry Kane

It's like a training match for Tottenham at the moment. Fulham haven't laid a glove on them all game.

A consolation goal for Fulham? Nope. Vorm does brilliantly to hold onto Scott Parker's point-blank header. The former Spurs midfielder was judged to have been offside anyway.

Former Fulham favourite Mousa Dembele comes on for the final 10 minutes, replacing Harry Winks.

And with that, Harry Kane's afternoon is over. With just over 15 minutes remaining, Moussa Sissoko comes onto replace him.

And Kane kills over any slim hopes of a Fulham comeback. It's slack marking again from Fulham as Eriksen looks inside to Alli who slides a wonderful first-time ball through for Kane who has kept himself onside. He's one one one with Bettinelli and makes no mistake, drilling a precise finish in at the near post.

Goal! Fulham 0-3 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 72)

Kane with a chance to make it three! Alli lifts a ball over for his teammate who breaks into the box but the ball bounces off his knee as he looks to bring it down. From there, he can't keep his effort under control and lifts it over.

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With a strike nearly identical to his first, Kane has Tottenham cruising at 2-0.

The introduction of Sessegnon has lifted Fulham a tad; they are moving the ball around effectively as they have all game. It's the Spurs fans who are creating all the noise at the moment, however.

Alli should make it three for Tottenham but under pressure from Odoi, he skies his effort from inside the box.

Fulham really haven't improved in this second half. Here's the first change however with Ryan Sessegnon coming on for Ayite.

Tottenham double their lead! Big suspicions of offside but Harry Kane's second of the game will stand. It's another very simple goal with Trippier again in acres of space down the right, cutting the ball back to Eriksen who swings the cross into the six yard area. It's another instinctive finish from Kane who makes no mistake in finding the back of the net.

Goal! Fulham 0-2 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 50)

Trippier is again freed down the right with acres of space to cut in and pull a cross back. He manages to find Eriksen inside the box but the Dane's drive is straight at the Fulham goalkeeper.

Tottenham break through Eriksen who has three options ahead of him all to his left. The Dane can't pick any of them out however and Fulham halt the move.

And Fulham get us back underway for the second-half.

Half-time: Fulham 0-1 Tottenham

Late chance for Fulham. There is a rare mistake from Alderweireld that allows Aluko to race in down the inside right channel. His attempt to get the ball into the box deflects back out to Johansen who rifles one on goal, but it is driven just wide.

Two minutes of time added on here.

So, so sloppy from Fulham. Bettinelli passes straight into the feet of Kane right on the edge of the box but just as he is about to pull the trigger, Johansen makes a crucial intervention.

Five minutes remaining in this first-half.

Kebano is completely isolated up front for Fulham at the moment. Their passing has ranged from underwhelming to downright dismal and as a result, he isn't getting a sniff.

Fulham are looking pretty dismal at the moment. Some shoddy finishing is the only reason Spurs aren't two or three goals in front at the moment. Slavisa Jokanovic needs to change something.

Harry Winks tucks the ball home from 12 yards out but it won't stand, Kane was judged to have been offside in the build up to that.

Harry Kane's instinctive finish has given Spurs the lead here.

Harry Kane

Tottenham should be two ahead. Cairney gives the ball away to Kane who slides a ball down the inside right channel for Eriksen to run onto. He really should hit it first time but instead he takes a shot before blazing it high and wide.

Trippier whips in an excellent ball from the right into Winks, but the Spurs midfielder has made his jump too early and can't get underneath the header as the ball comes in.

Vorm almost gifts Fulham an equaliser! The Dutchman tries to pass it out short to Vertonghen but he hits it straight at Cairney. He hits it first time but Vorm redeems himself, reacting quickly to make the save.

Alli is almost in again! Alderweireld picks out the England midfielder whose first touch is superb. His second isn't, with the ball getting stuck underneath him just as he goes to pull the trigger.

Tottenham take the lead! They have Kieran Trippier's quick thinking to thank for that, he takes a throw in quickly to free Eriksen down the inside right channel with the Fulham left-back out of position. The Dane dinks an inviting ball across goal where Kane is on the spot to stick out a boot and stick it past Bettinelli.

Goal! Fulham 0-1 Tottenham (Harry Kane, 15)

Cairney goes up to challenge for the ball with Wanyama and the Fulham is left in a heap as a result. Replays show the former Hull midfielder caught a stray boot on his way back down, accidentally of course. He's back on the field after a bit of treatment however and play resumes.

A Fulham corner is partially cleared to Malone who is able to scamper around Son far too easily on the edge of the box. The space opens up to take the shot on but he is never quite set right and his effort veers wide.

Eriksen whips in a fairly poor corner kick but Fulham fail to clear it at the first time of asking and it bounces through to Alderweireld. Just as he is about to flick it goalwards, Kalas clears.

Alli comes close again! Fulham fail to clear the ball and the Spurs midfielder has time to let off a snap shot from just inside the box, but he drags it just wide of the far post.

Dele Alli denied! Tottenham dominate in the air with Kane and Alli winning headers in the final third ahead of their markers. Alli wins the first before breaking clear of his man and is one on one with Bettinelli as Kane's knockdown reaches him, but the Fulham goalkeeper gets down well to save.

Bright start from Fulham here, they are moving the ball smoothly and quickly pressing Tottenham into loose passes when they don't have the ball.

And Tottenham get us started at a rocking Craven Cottage.

Kick-off is coming up very shortly - here's another look at the starting line-ups.

Fulham: Bettinelli, Odoi, Kalas, Ream, Malone, McDonald, Johansen, Kebano, Cairney, Ayite, Aluko

Subs: Parker, Cyriac, Madl, Piazon, Martin, Button, Sessegnon

Tottenham: Vorm, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Winks, Wanyama, Son, Alli, Eriksen, Kane

Subs: Janssen, Sissoko, Dembele, Onomah, Wimmer, Pau Lopez, Carter-Vickers

As has been the case in all of Tottenham's domestic cup matches this season, Michel Vorm deputises for Hugo Lloris in goal this afternoon.

This man is back in the starting XI today. Harry Kane completed the full 90 minutes on Thursday [16 February] but suffered a knock late on at the Ghelamco Arena against Gent. Having been assessed by the Spurs medical staff, the 16-goal striker has been given the all clear to start.

Good thing, too. He is the only Spurs player to have got himself on the score sheet in their last four games.

Harry Kane

There are four changes to the Fulham side that beat Nottingham Forest last time out. Tomas Kalas returns as expected with Neeskens Kebano also slotting in. Former Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker is on the bench alongside 16-year-old Ryan Sessegnon, reportedly a Tottenham transfer target.

Mauricio Pochettino has made five changes to the side that lost to Gent on Thursday but it is still a relatively strong starting XI he has fielded. Kieran Trippier is in for Kyle Walker at right-back while Harry Winks partners Victor Wanyama in midfield.

The likes of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Kevin Wimmer and Josh Onomah remain on the bench alongside Vincent Janssen. Mousa Dembele also starts from the bench today.

The familiar partnership of Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld is also back, with Michel Vorm also resuming goalkeeping duties.

Tottenham team to face Fulham: Vorm, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Wanyama, Winks, Eriksen, Son, Dele, Kane

Subs: Lopez, Carter-Vickers, Wimmer, Dembele, Onomah, Sissoko, Janssen

BREAKING: Jan Vertonghen and Harry Kane have both passed late fitness tests and start this afternoon.

We'll have confirmed line-ups for you within the next few minutes.

While Harry Kane and Jan Vertonghen have slight chances of being involved today, someone we won't be seeing is Danny Rose. The left-back has been sidelined with a knee injury suffered in the goalless draw at Sunderland at the end of January and while Mauricio Pochettino is pleased with his progress, no return date has been pencilled in.

Likewise with Erik Lamela; he continues his recovery from a hip injury that has ruled him out since last October.

Danny Rose is on plan, he's very positive, a good reaction after his injury, Erik Lamela is building step by step, positive too. We're happy with the way [the injured players] are training.

Danny Rose

Today's FA Cup match would seemingly be the perfect opportunity for Mauricio Pochettino to utilise some of the fringe members of his squad. Cameron Carter-Vickers, Harry Winks, Josh Onomah and Georges-Kévin Nkoudou were among those called into the first-team that afternoon, but the narrow 4-3 win didn't impress the manager on that January afternoon.

In his post-match comments, Pochettino sent a warning message to his underperforming players. Will they get another chance today?

Full credit to Wycombe and how they played the first half as they were better than us.

"You know we are a team which is involved in different competitions, and if you are in the Tottenham squad for this type of game you can play. If you cannot play in this type of game then we will have a problem.

Team news: Fulham

While Slavisa Jokanovic has a fully fit squad to choose from, he is without the suspended Ryan Fredericks, who is still serving a three-match ban. Fredericks came through Tottenham's youth academy, cutting ties with the club in 2015.

Team news: Fulham

Tomas Kalas, on loan from Chelsea, is in line to return from a hip injury this afternoon. Kalas has made 22 appearances since joining Fulham in July 2016, but missed back-to-back league victories over Wigan Athletic and Nottingham Forest due to a hip problem.

Tomas Kalas

Mauricio Pochettino on Harry Kane's chances of playing today.

"I think we need to assess some players. Harry Kane got a knock on his knee, different players too. We need to refresh the team and we'll do that. It's not the name of the players, it's the club. We'll see, but we'll put out a team with aims to win and be ready again to compete."

Team news: Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino plans to make a late decision on the availability of Jan Vertonghen and Harry Kane for this afternoon's clash in west London.

Vertonghen has not played since suffering ankle ligament damage during a routine Premier League win over West Brom in January. Kane picked up a minor knee problem towards the latter stages of last night's disappointing Europa League last-32 first-leg defeat to Gent.

Harry Kane
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After surging back into Premier League title contention, it's all gone a bit awry for Tottenham in recent weeks. Since that thrilling 4-3 win over Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of this competition, Mauricio Pochettino's side have managed just one win in four, scoring just one goal in that period – a penalty from Harry Kane against Middlesbrough. Back-to-back defeats against Liverpool in the Premier League and Gent in the Europa League on Thursday have left the Spurs boss with plenty to think about.

With a play-off spot in their sights, Fulham are hoping to keep a cup run going too. The Whites are on a run of form successive home wins in all competitions and have tasted defeat just once in their last 11 games at Craven Cottage.

We'll have all your team news coming up shortly.