Tottenham Hotspur made their way into the Carabao Cup semi-finals in style last week with a 2-0 win over their arch nemesis Arsenal.
Spurs were then drawn against their other London rivals Chelsea, a semi-final to be played over two legs.
Manchester City and Burton Albion made up the other two remaining teams in the competition.
The League Cup represents the first opportunity for silverware this season, something Spurs will be very keen on winning.
Pochettino has never won a trophy as a manager, and Tottenham have been without silverware for over a decade now.
The first leg of the semi-final, to be held at Wembley, will take place on January 8, with kick off at 8pm.
The capacity for the crowd will be capped at 51,000 unfortunately, as Spurs were only able to hold a certain number of full capacity home games in a season.
The second leg date and time has not yet been confirmed, but the Standard believe it will be January 22, with kick off at 8pm.
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