According to The Daily Mail, Spurs fans could be in attendance at Wembley for the Carabao Cup Final, with the EFL currently pushing for the match to be included in a schedule of test events for the return of supporters.
The final, which is usually held in February, was pushed back to April 25 so that a limited number of fans may have the chance to attend the match.
Tottenham will take on Manchester City in the showpiece event as the North Londoners look to end their 13-year trophy drought.
It was previously reported that the game was likely to be played behind closed doors as it comes too early for fans to get the green light from the UK government to attend, even in a limited capacity.
However, The Mail now claims that the government is planning to test how spectators and audiences can safely attend sport, business and cultural events in April and May.
The Carabao Cup final, as well as the FA Cup semi-finals, scheduled for on the weekend of April 17, are believed to be on the list of potential test events.
The report says that only a limited number of fans are likely to be allowed in the 90,000-capacity venue and entry might even be limited to people who live near the stadium.
Spurs Web Opinion
We need as much help as we can get to have any hope of beating City. Even if just a few thousand Spurs fans are allowed back, I believe it could be an advantage for us as our fans are likely to be much louder than the City fans given that reaching a cup final is much more special to us.
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