TRAVEL chaos has hit Fulham and Tottenham fans just hours before their Premier League clash with the District Line being suspended, forcing thousands to find a new route.
The London Derby is set to get underway at 8pm with gates opening an hour-and-a-half beforehand.
However, thousands of fans will have to find a new route to Craven Cottage after the District Line was suspended.
My London reports that this is due to signal failures.
Another two London Underground lines have been "shut down".
The Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, as well as the Elizabeth line have also been completely suspended.
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One fan said to Spurs' announcement on Twitter: "Bit late, on the Uber now cheers!"
Another replied: "Guess I’ll have to walk to the game then."
While others have likened the District Line's suspension to that of their inactivity in the transfer market.
Spurs have advised supporters to check alternative routes, and have listed ways they can get to the stadium on their website.
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On getting to Fulham's stadium, a section on the Tottenham website reads: "Craven Cottage is accessible via all major transport links.
"Putney Bridge is the closest London Underground station and is served by the District line and is a 10-20 minute walk from the stadium.
"District and Piccadilly lines also serve Hammersmith Underground station which is approximately a 20-40 minute walk from the stadium
"Putney station is served by Southwestern rail services and is a 17-35 minute walk from the stadium and can be easily reached from Clapham Junction and Waterloo stations.
"Parking around Craven Cottage is extremely limited and access to surrounding streets on a matchday is restricted by a Traffic Management Order.
"Supporters are advised to use TfL’s Journey Planner to plan their journey in advance."
Spurs will be hoping that all 2,299 of their travel cottage can make Monday night's clash as they hope to keep chase of a top-four finish.
Antonio Conte's men are sat fifth in the Prem, but six points off fourth-place Manchester United.
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Fulham, meanwhile, can leapfrog opponents Tottenham with a win.
The Cottagers are two points and two places below Spurs in the table.
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