When and Where: The FA Cup fifth-round replay from White Hart Lane kicks off at 2.30 p.m. ET. The match will be shown on Fox Soccer Channel, with an online stream available at FoxSoccer2Go, with a subscription.

Preview: After being frustrated by League One-side Stevenage in last month's 0-0 draw, Tottenham will be hoping to put thing's right in Wednesday's replay at White Hart Lane. While, for their part, Stevenage will be hoping to disprove the adage that underdogs only get one-shot to overturn the big boys.

Neither side has covered themselves in glory since the first meeting between the teams. Tottenham's title challenge has disintegrated after consecutive, emphatic defeats to Arsenal and Manchester United. Stevenage have also faltered, taking only two points from four games to derail their playoff hopes.

Despite their poor run, Tottenham will be fully aware that they have to avoid complacency in order to prevent a historic upset.

Stevenage played ever so well that day, so we know it will be tough, said Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, according to the club's official Web site.

The players' attitude has to be right and we'll go about our jobs professionally. If we play as we can we should win, but if we are not at it and sloppy we will be in trouble.

We know how tough these games can be, we've all been involved in them.

Redknapp could welcome back influential pair Scott Parker and Gareth Bale to the starting lineup, although Bale may not be risked ahead of Saturday's Premier League trip to Everton. Spurs could also be boosted by the return from injury of William Gallas, though he may have to start his comeback on the bench.

Less positive for Tottenham is that Rafael van der Vaart is doubtful, while Ledley King will miss the match as a result of his persistent knee injury.

Stevenage's main injury news concerns the fitness of their top scorer Chris Beardsley. The striker missed his side's 1-1 draw with Exeter on Saturday but is expected to be named in the lineup. The need for Beardsley to play is exasperated by the fact that on-loan forward Jordan Slew is cup-tied.

Prediction: Stevenage put up a brave display at home, but Tottenham will have too much for them second-time around. After a couple of morale-deflating defeats, the Spurs players will be eager to make a positive statement before returning to the main business of trying to ensure a Champions League place at the weekend.

Tottenham 4-1 Stevenage