Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino unsure about the need for February break

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The Sky Sports pundit believes that David Wagner's side will have a much better chance if they try to spring a surprise against Spurs and try to push them back in their own half.

"I think this is the most handsome period in England to play football".

Spurs are unbeaten in their last 13 home league games.

As a result, the proposed change would also require alterations to the FA Cup schedule, with media reports suggesting that the current idea would only work if FA Cup fifth round fixtures were played mid-week and without any replays.

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The teams played out an enthralling 2-2 draw at Spotland 10 days ago in a match which saw Rochdale take a shock lead, only for Spurs to come back and appear to steal the win. It is cultural. Maybe in February it is going to happen.

We expect to see at least three goals in this game, and we are backing over 2.5 goals in the game.

Pressed further, Pochettino continued: "I think it will be different than the winter break that's in Spain, Italy, France, Germany".

"It's a different game from the last time we met and I think we have learned and made some developments since our last meeting", the manager said at a press conference.

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"I think the most hard period is Christmas, it's not February".

"These aren't the games which will keep us up - it's the last two games and the next two games against Swansea City and Crystal Palace that will decide our season". "This is one of the reasons why this Premier League is so exciting is that there are players like him". "Of course, there is a difference between having two weeks off and playing every game in England". We're focused as it's our responsibility to help the players in everything.

"It was a fantastic afternoon for us in a game which for both teams was very important, all of them said before this is a six-pointer but it is a very important game, a final for both teams and we've won this final and this is why I am absolutely happy and delighted for my players, backroom staff and the supporters as well".

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