Tottenham face a couple of London derbies against Chelsea in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup, and the Daily Star reports that both clubs are set to hold talks with the fans regarding their behaviour over the two legs.
Chelsea have been in the wars after a spectator hurled racist abuse at Raheem Sterling in the 2-0 win over Manchester City.
Tottenham have had their issues as well, with a fan throwing a banana at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and our midfielder Dele Alli being hit by a plastic bottle recently at the Emirates stadium.
The report adds that the supporter throwing the banana was identified and subsequently banned for four years.
Representatives from the supporters trust of each team will be invited to a meeting with the police and local authorities to discuss issues, as per the report.
Chelsea are also being investigated for their anti-Semitic chanting during a Europa League game against Vidi. The Blues lost to us earlier in the season and a couple of wins would put us in the final.
The Carabao Cup might not be the biggest tournament in England, but it provides us with a chance to break the trophy duck under Mauricio Pochettino.
Hopefully, the two sets of fans enjoy the game and aren’t involved in any negative actions during the tie.