LITESPORT London Lite Tuesday, 27 October 2009 35 PAVS LAST SHOTBREAKING NEWS... Trotters put Chelsea on swine alertCHELSEA face a second successive swine flu alert tomorrow after Bolton manager Gary Megson revealed FOUR of his squad have been struck down by the virus. Megsons men -- nicknamed The Trotters -- play their Carling Cup fourth round tie at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night after Blackburn -- minus two swine flu sufferers -- lost at the Bridge on Saturday. Rovers boss Sam Allardyce said after his sides 5-0 defeat: The Premier League has tried to sit on the fence by saying we didnt request to have the game called off. When the Joe Coles and Frank Lampards start getting ill, maybe they will start to take notice. Bolton boss Megson said today: I think we have had five, four players and one member of staff with the virus. They are all okay at the moment, but it wouldnt be right to start giving you names. You try and do your best to avoid it but I would imagine its near enough impossible. Ive heard varying opinions and I think the one we all need to listen to is that from the medical people. Blackburns Carling Cup clash with Peterborough tonight will go on despite Allardyces concerns and a third reported swine flu case. Harmysigns 4-yeardealFORMER England pace bowler Steve Harmison has signed a new four-year contract with Durham. The county have confirmed the 31- year-old left out of the 16-man party for Englands four-Test tour to South Africa has committed himself to the county until 2013. Harmison said: I have always loved playing cricket for Durham and Im incredibly proud to represent the club. Im looking forward to the next four seasons, especially 2010 as we look to win the Championship for a record third year. TOTTENHAM v EVERTON CARLING CUP, FOURTH ROUND WHITE HART LANE, TONIGHT, (KO: 8PM) LAST MEETING 9 MAY 2009 SPURS 0 EVERTON 0 (PL) AS tedious end of season fixtures go, this one registered close to record breaking levels on the Premier League dullometer. Tottenhams hopes of finishing in the top seven were already remote, while Everton, despite what David Moyes had to say, had their eyes firmly trained on an impending FA Cup final appearance against Chelsea. A goalless draw was a fitting outcome. MATCH FACTS The last time Tottenham and Everton clashed in a cup competition, the Toffees claimed a 4-1 win in an FA Cup semi-final at Elland Road in 1995, with Daniel Amokachi scoring twice. The Toffees have won on their last three visits to White Hart Lane, scoring six goals and conceding once. Spurs have scored 10 goals in two their Carling Cup games so far this season, beating Championship duo Doncaster and Preston away from home by the same scoreline -- 5-1. Redknapp is assembling a squad with top four potential, and competition for places will increase if he signs Brazil midfielder Sandro in January. Id like to go and have a look myself as well and, if we do decide to do any- thing, itll be up to the chairman to push it on from there, said Redknapp. CARLO ANCELOTTI takes his Chelsea side to Madrid on Tuesday, 3 November looking to book a place in the knockout stages of Europes top club competition. For Blues fans not making the trip to the Spanish capital, weve got the perfect prize. Thanks to Samsung, Chelseas official sponsors, you could win the ultimate Stamford Bridge experience and watch the game in style! One winner and THREE mates will get a behind- the-scenes tour of the Bridge before being taken to the luxury Samsung executive box to watch the game live on one of the GIANT Samsung Series 8 LCD TVs. 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WIN THE ULTIMATE STAMFORD BRIDGE EXPERIENCE FOR CHELSEAS RETURN TRIP TO ATLETICO MADRID KEY MEN ROMANPAVLYUCHENKO SPURS ARSENALS Russian achieved almost instant cult status, Chelseas Russian is responsible for changing the face of the game in this country, but Tottenhams Russian still has more vowels in his surname than Premier League goals this season. Harry clearly doesnt fancy Pav, and its nothing to do with his atrocious mop. The 14m signing enters the last chance saloon this evening. YAKUBU EVERTON IT was in last seasons league meeting at White Hart Lane that the bulky striker suffered the Achilles injury which kept him out of action for nine months. Despite Louis Sahas rejuvenation, Everton have missed a fully fit Yak -- hes only scored once this season and hasnt looked anywhere near his best. Still only 26, hes got plenty of time to rediscover the form that made him one of the most prolific strikers in England. REFEREE LEE MASON (BOLTON ) TOTTENHAM 4-4-2 EVERTON 4-4-2 Cudicini Hutton Naughton BassongDawson BaleHuddlestone Cudicini YakubuJo YoboHeitinga Rodwell Baines Hibbert GoslingBilyaletdinov PavlyuchenckoKeane PavlyuchenckoPavlyuchenckoPavlyuchencko Bentley Howard Cahill Palacios POSSIBLE LINE-UPS Bentley does it: David Bentley celebrates his wonder goal against Arsenal last season, but hasnt had Paving a mare: Roman Pavlyuchenko top scored in last seasons Carling Cup but hasnt scored a league goal since April against West Ham COOK ROW SIMMERS: PAGE 32 LONDON LITE SWINE FLU XI Perry Suckling Nobby Styles Terry Butcher Swilliam Gallas Graeme Le Sow Ryan Piggs Carlton Palmer Ham Dirk Snout Dwight Pork Runny Nosenthal Robin van Persie Pig Manager Guus Hiddoink Can you do better? 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