The Hertfordshire outfit have only been in existence since 1976 and a lot of those years have been spent playing non-league football, although The Boro are now a League One side who could yet claim a place in the Championship come the end of the season.
However, the focus is on trying to knock Tottenham Hotspur out of the cup and you can get odds of 10/1 (Bet Victor £50 free bets) that the home side produce a massive shock, something which can’t be completely ruled out.
Graham Westley might have recently left the club to join Preston North End, although Gary Smith is now in charge and his side have won their past three games, including a 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday during the week.
Indeed, the last two games have been won by that scoreline and odds of 25/1 (Paddy Power bookmaker) are on offer that Stevenage sneak the game by a solitary goal and somehow manage to prevent their high-flying opponents from scoring.
Tottenham are enjoying a sensational season and produced one of their finest performances of the campaign when thrashing Newcastle United 5-0 at White Hart Lane, with the supporters giving Harry Redknapp a rapturous reception after his acquittal in the tax evasion case.
It remains to be seen whether the 64-year-old takes the England manager’s role, although if this is to be his last season in charge of Spurs, he would love to bow out with a trophy and Tottenham are big favourites at 1/3 (Betfred) to claim victory and reach the quarter finals of the competition.