Tottenham U18s v Everton U18s
Everton's Under-18s drew 2-2 with Spurs in what turned out to be a dress rehearsal for the end of season play-offs.
The point means Everton can't catch Man City at the top of the northern section.
So the Blues, who were already guaranteed second spot, will face Tottenham - who won the southern section - again in two weeks' time.
Kevin Sheedy's men went 2-0 up in this encounter in north London, and were left to rue a questionable penalty decision.
Delial Brewster reacted quickest on the half hour to put Everton ahead and five minutes later Curtis Langton stroked home a spot-kick to double the advantage.
But the home side pulled one back on the stroke of half time from their own penalty kick.
The young Toffees were kicking into the wind in the second period and remained a threat on the break.
But it was Spurs who levelled from another penalty, this one controversially awarded. Russell Griffiths saved the initial spot-kick but the rebound was duly dispatched.
Sheedy told evertonfc.com: "We can see why the ref has given the first one but even on the video I can't see why the second one was a penalty.
"But credit to our lads, Spurs were the best team we have played all season."
Everton had five schoolboys in their side against a much more experienced Spurs outfit.
But that could change when the two sides meet to fight for a place in the national final.
"We should have a bigger squad to choose from when we play them again," said Sheedy. "We have our final league game next week but we are guaranteed second and we know we will be playing Spurs again."