Vertonghen says Tottenham have home advantage over Man Utd

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They have moved into a state-of-the-art training complex and are building a fabulous new stadium.

Tottenham take on United at a ground they have played at all season while their own stadium is rebuilt but which this weekend is classed as a neutral venue.

I don't believe so. "Everyone is ready to play but Brighton was a very hard opponent and we need to give credit to them". "I think it will be a game that will be typical FA Cup at Wembley".

"But we feel very comfortable at Wembley".

"We're used to it now, even if the atmosphere will be a bit different because United will bring more supporters than usual".

Spurs have not lifted silverware for more than a decade when they won the League Cup and have lost seven FA Cup semi-finals since last winning one.

Former Tottenham Hotspur captain Michael Dawson has told the FA's official website that he fancies his old side to beat Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final.

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Tottenham's January signing Lucas Moura, given his first Premier League start as part of Pochettino's changes, later threatened with a powerful drive from distance, while Son Heung-min went closest to breaking the first-half deadlock with a low shot in stoppage time which forced a fine save from Albion keeper Mat Ryan. "It's an FA Cup special and I'm hoping for a Spurs win, as you would well imagine", Dawson said. Who needs it more, I don't know.

"Everyone is ready to play and it was a moment to give some fresh legs to the team, but we were thinking about trying to win", said the Argentinian, who left out Dele Alli and Davinson Sanchez.

'No, if you are able to go to the final [it is good for the club] but you only play [in the] Champions League if you finish in the top four, ' he said.

"If you are going to change the vision or put the club in a different level you must compete to win the Premier League and then to compete and then win the Champions League". That is my opinion. Some people respect it, some people don't. I respect all opinions from the fans and people in the media.

The Spurs boss made 6 changes to his starting line-up and then saw his team drop 2 points in the quest to seal UEFA Champions League qualification.

Vertonghen does not feel Wembley losses against Serie A leaders Juventus in the Champions League and Saturday's defeat to Premier League champions Manchester City will impact upon his side.

Spurs will be without Harry Winks and Danny Rose, both injured.

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