When and Where: The FA Cup clash between Tottenham and Bolton at the former's White Hart Lane kicks off Saturday at 1.30 p.m. ET. The match will be shown live on the Fox Soccer Channel, and it will be available online immediately following the game at FoxSoccer2Go. If you're in the United Kingdom, you can watch a live stream on SkyGo.

Preview: After three defeats on the bounce in the Premier League, Tottenham may view this FA Cup quarterfinal as a welcome respite from its increasingly tense battle for a Champions League spot.

And Spurs boss Harry Redknapp must surely been thinking about a second FA Cup winners' medal after claiming the trophy with Portsmouth in 2008. There should be little suggestion of Tottenham fielding a weakened team with Wembley now firmly in their sights.

Bolton faces a fierce battle of its own at the other end of the Premier League table, where last week's win over the Queens Park Rangers lifted them a point clear of the relegation zone. Despite staying in the top division clearly being the main focus for the the season, Owen Coyle has fielded a strong side throughout the competition.

Tottenham triumphed 3-0 over Bolton at White Hart Lane in the league fixture earlier in the season.

Team News: Tottenham will have to wait on the fitness of striker Emmanuel Adebayor, due to a hamstring injury. Ledley King could also be subjected to a late fitness test, but fellow center back William Gallas may be set for a return. Aaron Lennon is definitely ruled out with a hamstring injury.

The fact that Bolton faces a crucial Premier League match against Aston Villa on Tuesday may test Coyle's commitment to the FA Cup. Don't be surprised if there are one or two changes to the lineup on Saturday.

After coming off the bench to score the winner against the QPR, Ivan Klasnic could be given a starting role against Tottenham. Martin Petrov may also be given a run out as he returns from injury.

Prediction: Tottenham's recent poor form, coupled with Bolton's morale-boosting victory last weekend, mean that this clash could well be a lot closer than the club's respective league positions would suggest. Bolton may also relish the pressure being off, relative to the tension of their relegation battle.

While it would not be a surprise if a replay were needed, Tottenham should just have enough to edge into the semifinals at the first time of asking.

Tottenham 2-1 Bolton