Looking at their fixtures the Chav's are pretty close to being fucked with a big stick. First up Wigan, then 4 London derbies, including the semi final, 2 games against Barca, and then Newcastle and Liverpool before a home game against Blackburn who will probably be fighting for their lives on the last day of the season. 10 tough games in just over a month. Add an FA Cup final to that you have 11. Don't care what they say the older players Terry, Cole, Lampard, Drogba will all feel the effects of that many games. So they will need to rotate, and if it's their league form that suffers they can kiss goodbye to any hope of CL football qualification through the League. Which only leaves winning it as an option and to win the CL itself will need something very special from a team who have looked pretty ordinary most of the season. So will they view the Semi as a game they can afford to lose and play a weakened team or put out the strongest team and risk the home leg against Barca? Is the FA cup the lowest priority they have after the CL and the League? Roman has made it clear the CL is the trophy he wants more than anything, wouldn't surprise me if he handed Di Matteo a piece of paper with 11 names on it the day before the match. Even their fans seem to be expecting some kind of Wembley let-down judging by their pathetic efforts to sell tickets. And playing against a younger, faster Spurs team at Wembley is probably the last thing they would want before their CL midweek match. That pitch is made for Bale and Walker to be running into space. Hopefully we will go out and destroy whichever players they chose to play, really feel this is a chance for Spurs to make a statement and put down a marker for the run in. Can't help but feel the Chav's minds will be distracted by the Wednesday ahead.