Special security measures taken ahead of 'high-risk' Tottenham vs Millwall FA Cup clash to avoid crowd trouble

There was a heavy police presence around White Hart Lane on Sunday as Tottenham readied to host Millwall in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

The two sides have not met in a competitive fixture since April 1990 and security around the ground was tight ahead of kick-off, with the Metropolitan Police classifying the match as a ‘high-risk’ fixture.

Millwall sold out their ticket allocation of 3,681 seats in a matter of minutes as the club look to ruin Tottenham’s last ever FA Cup match at White Hart Lane.

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