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TFA Today: 3 key tactical details Graham Potter must get right if Chelsea are to beat City in the FA Cup plus much more!

In Saturday’s Total Football Analysis Today newsletter you’ll find a tactical preview of the biggest FA Cup clash of the weekend and three scout reports – two on hot prospects and one on a veteran who we feel should still be in her international side.

Man City beat Chelsea in The Premier League on Thursday and they meet again in the FA Cup this weekend – Adam Scully looks at three key tactical details Potter must get right to prevent yet another defeat

Selim Ben Hmida looks at Amandine Henry, still one of the best deep-lying playmakers in European football and explains why she really should still be in the French side

Bryant Marques heads off the Eredivisie to scout Feyenoord’s 21-year-old midfield star, Quinten Timber

Check out our video on Eddie Howe’s defensive tactics

The Thuram breakfast table continues to have excellent footballers sitting at it – Akhilesh Ashok scouts the next one off the production line, Nice’s Khephren

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Adam then has the archives…

Chelsea are rampant in the transfer window and have now reached an agreement with Vasco da Gama to sign Brazilian midfielder Andrey Santos – if you want to find out more about Santos and his style of play, read our recent scout report

Aitor Karanka has been announced as the new head coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv – read our analysis of Karanka’s conservative philosophy here to see what the Israeli giants can expect from the former Boro boss

Despite the defeat, Demarai Gray was Everton’s brightest spark in their FA Cup clash with Manchester United last night – read our scout report on the Premier League winner at Goodison Park

Hugo Etitike scored for PSG last night in the Coupe de France – read our scout report on the young striker with a bright future