Tottenham Hotspur face one of the biggest matches in their recent history this week as they take on Ajax in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Spurs have never reached this point of the competition before, with their only ever quarterfinal appearance coming back in 2011.
However, Pochettino and his players will be hoping to go one further and grace the final of the competition against Liverpool or Barcelona in Madrid in June.
Despite Liverpool and Spurs both being English clubs in the semi-finals, the London team have been placed at a distinct disadvantage compared to their fellow Prem rival.
Liverpool were handed a Friday night fixture in the Premier League this week, and do not play in the Champions League until Wednesday.
However, Spurs were given a Saturday Premier League match, and play in the Champions League on Tuesday, meaning they have two days less to prepare for their crucial game.
This problem only becomes worse when you remember that Ajax were given the week off completely by the Dutch FA in preparation for the semi (BBC).
What do you think? Should Spurs have been given more preferential treatment ahead of the biggest game in their history?
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