Tuesday night sees one of the biggest nights in Tottenham Hotspur's history, with them just two games away from the UEFA Champions League final. They welcome surprise package Ajax to North London with the winners over the course of the two legs heading to Madrid on 1st June.
Mauricio Pochettino has done an absolutely incredible job since taking the reigns back in 2014 and it's highlighted by this achievement - with Spurs making the last four of a European competition for the first time since 1962. They were beaten in the semi-finals of the European Cup by eventual winners Benfica and their supporters will be hoping for better fortunes this time around.
For years now Spurs have threatened to challenge but they've often been referred to as 'bottlers', however Pochettino knows more than anyone that they won't get a better opportunity to go all the way and win a European title. This is a young Spurs side but they have plenty of experience and hunger from their exploits in the Premier League League over the last few seasons.
Facing Ajax won't be easy, but when you see the other semi-final containing European giants in Liverpool and Barcelona, they'll know that they've been very lucky with the draw. Their quarter-final victory over Manchester City proved that they can mix it with the best sides in the world and what made it more impressive is that they were without talisman and top scorer Harry Kane.
The England skipper is going to absent again on Tuesday night and Pochettino's men have proven that they can cope without one of the worlds best strikers, but this time things will be slightly more difficult. Versatile forward Son Heung-Min has been the man to deputise for the 25 year-old and he'll be unavailable through suspension on Tuesday, which is a massive loss. Lucas Moura is likely to step in for the South Korean and it's a huge opportunity for him to really nail down a place in the first team after being in and out the XI throughout the campaign.
But it promises to be an absolutely magnificent occasion at their fabulous new stadium. 62,000 fans will be crammed into the 'Tottenham Hotspur Stadium' and this is exactly the kind of night that Daniel Levy had in mind when he first proposed their new home.
White Hart Lane was a special place for Tottenham fans, full of history & fantastic memories and Tuesday gives them an unbelievable opportunity to etch more of the same into their new surroundings on the grounds of their great old home.