Spurs start the weekend down in the bottom half of the table, a place where they didn’t expect to find themselves at this stage of the season. They are winless in four games now and trail Sheffield United by three points. The Blades are on an excellent four-match undefeated streak of form in the league. Read our Tottenham vs Sheffield United betting tips for more.
Sheffield United 5/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on 7th November 2019 at 1:26 p.m.)
Spurs were denied a win late last weekend as Everton claimed a late point at Goodison Park against the Lilywhites. That is a four-match winless streak of form that Spurs are currently on in the top-flight (D2 L2). Tottenham have taken only one win in their last six league games. There has been no clean sheet produced by Spurs in that sequence of form either. They have at least had some joy at home in this campaign.
Spurs have taken a W3 D1 L1 record at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in league action, but they could only manage a 1-1 draw against bottom side Watford in their last home fixture. Tottenham are averaging two goals per home game this season, while they have conceded at under a goal per game on average in this campaign.
After his red card at Everton last weekend, Son Heung-Min is available as his sending off was overturned. Tottenham have managed only one clean sheet at home this season in the league. The half time record of Spurs at home this season in the top flight is W2 L3 and all four goals against them at home have been in the first half of matches. Will they be able to break the resistance of the Blades?
This is the first meeting since the 2015 League Cup
Sheffield United won the last Premier League meeting 2-1 in 2007
From the six previous EPL meetings, the head to head is even with two wins each
Spurs have won their last two home games against the Blades to nil
The Blades are undefeated in their last four league games (W2 D2) and last weekend they produced a great 3-0 home success over Burnley. The Blades have drawn their last two away games at Watford and West Ham, impressively keeping them unbeaten on their top-flight travels this season. In their last six league games, Sheffield United have earned four clean sheets.
The overall away form of Sheffield United is an impressive W1 D4. Their season has been supported by their defence. Going into the weekend they hold the joint best defensive record in the league alongside Leicester with just eight goals conceded in 12 games. Sheffield United have two clean sheets away from home, conceding four goals in total.
The Blades have scored in all but one of their games away from Bramall Lane this season. Five of their six away goals have been scored in the second half of fixtures. There have been under 2.5 goals in each of Sheffield United’s last three away games, which again is a huge nod to the defensive work of the Blades. They have a fully fit squad to go with as well aside from John Egan who is a doubt.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on 7th November 2019 at 1:26 p.m.)
We would consider Sheffield United turning up in London and putting on another excellent defensive show. They probably don’t have enough in the tank to get themselves the win, but can make life difficult for Spurs. Tottenham are more reliable at home than away and can take this by a one-goal margin.
8th November 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
This could well be the match that decides who will be joining Bayern Munich in qualifying from Group B of the Champions League. Spurs are sat in second place heading into Wednesday’s game, just a point ahead of Red Star. If Tottenham complete the double over the Serbians, they will be sitting pretty. Read our Red Star Belgrade v Tottenham betting tips for more.
Red Star Belgrade 15/4
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on 5th November, 2019 at 4:23 p.m.)
Red Star badly need a win in this one then to give them the boost that could really see them challenge Spurs for a qualification spot. Having been thumped 5-0 though in London on Matchday Three, that’s a task which is easier said than done. The Belgrade team did win their one home game in the group so far, a 3-1 success over Olympiakos. All three of their group stage games have gone over 2.5 goals.
Red Star started their campaign in the first qualifying round and there were some really tight ties that they came through. Including qualification, Red Star have won only four of their last 19 European fixtures (D8 L7). Their home form though is not all that bad because they have suffered just one defeat in their last 14 European games in Belgrade (W7 D5). It’s been just two defeats in their last 21 European home games (W11 D8). Red Star are W6 D2 L2 at home against English visitors, which includes a home success over Liverpool in last season’s group stage.
Spurs gave their qualification hopes a boost on Matchday Three with a 5-0 win over Red Star Belgrade in London. That moved them on to four points, the other point in this campaign coming from a draw at Olympiakos on Matchday One. Squeezed in between those two matches was Tottenham’s harrowing 2-7 home defeat against Bayern Munich. All matches played in this group have made it over 2.5 goals.
In last season’s group, stage Spurs only had one point after three games, so they are much better off this time around. A win on Wednesday and they would be cruising towards the knockout stage. Tottenham have only taken one win in their last seven Champions League fixtures, however. So they have been struggling a bit with their form. They have taken just three wins in their 13 away group stage matches in the Champions League. Spurs have won only one of the last six. In their last 22 European away games, the Spurs have won just two (D8 L8).
Red Star are a tough side at home to take down in European action. Their record in Belgrade is very good. But Spurs beat them comfortably in London and we would expect them to get another win over the Serbians, but with both teams getting on the scoresheet this time.
6th November 2019 / lee - Category: UEFA Champions League Betting
Everton slipped to a poor away loss at Brighton last weekend, which left them only two points above the drop zone. So there is still tremendous pressure on them. Spurs have now failed to win any of their last three league games after blowing a lead at Liverpool last weekend to end up empty-handed. Read our Everton vs Tottenham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 6:29 p.m.)
The Toffees, thanks to a last-minute own goal by Lucas Digne, fell to a 3-2 defeat at Brighton last weekend. That is six defeats in their last eight games played now (W2) and things are going to become even more desperate if they can’t get home form going. All three wins that Everton have recorded this season have been at home, so they have that going for them.
They took a 2-0 win over West Ham in their last home league game, which snapped back to back two-goal margin defeats at Goodson against Sheffield United and Man City. Their three home wins have been against sides 10th or lower in the league after last weekend’s round of action. Everton have only averaged a goal per game this season.
Just two of their five games at Goodison Park have made it over 2.5 goals, with the Toffees banking a clean sheet in two of the five. They have been leading at the halftime break in three of their home games and 71% of the home goals they have scored in the first half of games. In total though, Everton have opened the scoring in only three games this season. But can they take advantage of this game against the out-of-form Spurs?
Spurs took four points against Everton last season
Each of the last five meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Spurs are undefeated in 13 games against the Toffees
Both teams have scored in 5 of the last 7 meetings
Harry Kane scored in the first minute of action for Spurs at Liverpool last weekend. Tottenham couldn’t hang on and lost 2-1. That leaves Tottenham on a three-match winless streak of form. They have taken just one win in their last five played. It has been a season of no away win for the Lilywhites so far, taking just two points from five road games.
Six of Tottenham’s last seven league games have gone over 2.5 goals and they are yet to take a clean sheet on the road. It could be looked at that they have had a tough run of away games. They have been to Liverpool, Man City, Leicester and Arsenal, four of the current top-five. But a 3-0 defeat at Brighton is less excusable given the ambition of the club.
That is at least two goals conceded by Spurs in all of their away games in this campaign. Tottenham have managed six goals in their five away games. If you look back to last season, the reading gets worse for Spurs. They are winless in eleven away games, losing nine of those. Spurs have failed to score in four of their last ten away games in the top flight. There are clear problems there.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 6:29 p.m.)
Everton may well have a decent chance here. The away form of Tottenham, even going back to last season is non-existent. The Lilywhites are fragile and lacking confidence at the moment. Everton aren’t having a great season but have at least been winning at home. Everton to win.
1st November 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Liverpool dropped points for the first time this season as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Manchester United last weekend. They do at least remain perfect at Anfield and they will be looking for a response in this one. Spurs remain with their patchy league form after failing to beat bottom side, Watford, last weekend. Read our Liverpool v Tottenham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 25th, 2019 at 11:15 p.m.)
What response will Liverpool be able to come up with? For the first time this season they failed to win a game. In fact, they only narrowly avoided defeat in the end at Old Trafford against the out-of-form Manchester United. That was a 1-1 draw between them. So will the Reds bounce back immediately to winning ways? It has, after all, been a perfect domestic season from them at Anfield with four wins from four.
Liverpool are stuck on just two clean sheets for the campaign, home and away combined. The Red have scored at least two goals in all of their home fixtures, but have no clean sheet at Anfield in this campaign. They have conceded exactly one goal in each home fixture and considering they have hosted Newcastle and Norwich, that’s not a wonderful defensive output from the Reds.
Liverpool average three goals for a home game this season, with three of their four home games going above 3.5 goals. The other trend is that Liverpool have also been leading at halftime in all four home games. The Reds are now undefeated in 42 league home games and they have scored at least 2 goals in each of their last eleven. They have also been leading at halftime and full time in each of their last six. That may be a lot of Spurs to try and handle.
Liverpool won both league meetings last season 2-1
Both teams have scored in each of the last four EPL meetings
The last four league clashes have all gone above 2.5 goals
Spurs have failed to win any of their last eight league trips to Anfield
Spurs are still having their share of domestic failures. Last weekend they only just manage to rescue a draw late on at home against bottom side Watford. That followed up on their 3-0 away defeat at Brighton. It is their away form which has been the major problem for them. The Lilywhites remain winless on the road this season with a D2 L2 record. They have lost their last two away from home, conceding a total of five goals across those two defeats.
Defensively Spurs have looked poor this season with only two clean sheets to their name. They have conceded at least two goals four of their nine league games, not what you would expect from Tottenham, and all four times it happened was in away games. Spurs have conceded at least 2 goals in 8 of their last 10 EPL road games. Tottenham have put five away goals on the board, but that is nowhere near matching them having conceded an average of 2.25 goals per road game.
Half of their road fixtures have ended over 3.5 goals. The two defeats which they have taken away from home we’re both by a one-goal margin. Just to put this season’s struggles into context, Spurs are nine points worse off than they were at this stage of last season’s campaign. Of their five away goals scored, four of them have been in the first half of matches. Harry Kane has two away goals for Spurs this season, one of them from the penalty spot.
Liverpool have been much sharper than Spurs this season and they will be looking to put last weekend’s dropped points behind them. Tottenham are too inconsistent for punters to back with any degree of confidence. Home win to nil.
26th October 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Tottenham need to start fighting back in the Champions League as they have managed to take only one point from their first two games. Defeat in this one would be unthinkable for them. But Red Star have something to play for as they are sat on three points and would probably be delighted with a point out of this trip to London. Read our Tottenham v Red Star Belgrade betting tips for more.
Red Star Belgrade 9/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 29th, 2019 at 6:35 p.m.)
Tottenham opened the campaign with 2-2 draw at Olympiakos. That was after holding a 2-0 lead in the match. Then came even worse as Bayern Munich put seven goals past them in their London meeting (7-2). That was the heaviest home defeat ever suffered by an English side in UEFA Competition. Spurs are struggling at the moment and needed a late goal to draw at home against bottom side Watford in the EPL on Saturday.
So one point from two games is not a good start. But in last season’s UCL campaign, they had one point after three games and managed to pull off a top-two finish. Spurs won two of the three group stage home games last season, successes over PSV and Inter. They have won 8 of their last 12 Champions League home games and before their loss against Ajax in last season’s semi-finals, had won four in a row.
Spurs have, incidentally only played out one home draw in the Champions League. Since moving into their new home, Spurs are W1 L2 in Europe. They have won their three previous home games against Serbian teams. From their six previous games home and away games Serbian opposition, Spurs hold a W4 D1 L1 record. They are not a team in form and need to rediscover it quickly.
The previous meetings happened in the 1972/73 UEFA Cup
Both sides traded home win in that tie
It was a 2-0 success on home soil that Spurs took
Red Star secured three points in their last fixture, a 3-1 win against Olympiakos. That was after they had been trailing 1-0 in the fixture. The Serbians lost their match day one game 3-0 against Bayern Munich. So at least they are off the mark with a victory, but their away form isn’t much to write home about. They have lost their last four away games in the Champions League group stage.
Last season they had that great campaign in reaching the group stage after having started in the first qualifying round. They didn’t get out of their group as expected and suffered heavily out on the road. They conceded a total of 13 away goals in their four games, arguably against tough opposition in the form of PSG, Liverpool and Napoli. They started this campaign too in the first qualifying round.
Their victory over Olympiakos was only their fourth win in the last 18 European games (D8 L6). So that is really where the lack of quality shows up. They have failed to win any of their last nine games out on the road in Europe as well (D4 L5) and that includes qualification fixtures. They have lost two of their last seven played in England though (W1 D4 L2) which isn’t bad. They have lost four of their last eight against English teams home and away (W2 D2 L4).
Spurs are in a mess at the moment after only scraping out a point at home against Watford on the weekend in the Premier League. They aren’t quite at the races but Red Star are a team who concede out on their European travels. Spurs to win by two goals.
20th October 2019 / lee - Category: UEFA Champions League Betting
The pressure is mounting on Spurs who suffered their third defeat of the EPL season just before the international break. They take on bottom side Watford here so they can’t get an easy home fixture than this at the moment. If they don’t deliver though, will that be the end of Mauricio Pochettino’s reign? Watford are still looking for their first win of the campaign. Read our Tottenham v Watford betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 29th, 2019 at 6:35 p.m.)
Tottenham have won their last two home games, part of their overall W3 L1 record on home soil in the Premier League this season. It is their away form which has been heaping tremendous pressure on them because it has been so poor. So they are in a position where they can’t afford any slip up at home, certainly not against the bottom side in the league.
Spurs have scored well on home soil, tallying up nine goals in their four home games. The one blip that they had at their new stadium was their 1-0 loss against Newcastle. The defensive output of Spurs this season has not been good at all. They have claimed only the one clean sheet all season, which was at home though in a win over Crystal Palace.
All but one of Tottenham’s league games this season have gone over 2.5 goals. Over 2.5 goals has actually cropped up now in 8 of Tottenham’s last 9 Premier League games. They get Serge Aurier back from suspension, but first-choice keeper Hugo Lloris is out until 2020. Spurs need a good win after losing 3-0 at Brighton just before the international break. Harry Kane has scored in three of Tottenham’s last four league games.
Spurs and Watford traded 2-1 home win last season in the league
Watford have won one of their last 16 against Spurs in all competitions
Both teams have scored in four of the last five meetings
Spurs have won all six previous EPL home games against Watford
The Hornets are still winless in this miserable campaign. They did get a point in their last game before the recent international break though, which was from a 0-0 home draw with Sheffield United. Their record is D3 L5 this season overall in the top flight and Watford have now failed to score in any of their last three league outings.
Overall in this campaign, Watford have scored in three of their eight games played. Away from home, they have scored only one goal in their four played. Problematically they have conceded at an average of 2.5 goals this season. There has been a trend with Watford losing at halftime on the road, which has happened in 3 of their 4 away games.
In total it is a 12 match winless streak of form that Watford are now on in the top flight. There are in all sorts of trouble now. They have lost seven of their last nine Premier League away games (W1 D1). Watford have failed to score in four of their last five on the road. It is extremely poor reading for the Hornets wherever you look. They have conceded the opening goal in 6 of 8 matches this season, are the lowest scoring side in the division and have the second-worst defensive record.
Tottenham can’t afford a slip up in this one and it’s probably not going to happen. Watford are not likely going to be able to keep things tight enough at the back to come away with anything from this trip. Home win to nil.
18th October 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Tough game for Spurs in their first home fixture of the Champions League this season. The Lilywhites blew a commanding position on matchday one to only end up drawing with Olympiakos. Bayern had no such troubles though as they earned a comfortable home win over Red Star. Read our Tottenham v Bayern Munich betting tips for more.
Bayern Munich 11/8
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 28th, 2019 at 1:17 p.m.)
Tottenham had a bit of a disaster in Greece on matchday one. They had a comfortable 2-0 lead at Olympiakos but let that lead slip and had to settle for only a point. Teams can ill afford to be that sloppy in the Champions League. Last season in their group stage campaign, Spurs did only taken one point from their first three games and still earned a qualification, eventually reaching the final. They took a W6 D2 L5 record in last season’s competition but lost three of their last five played. It’s just one win for Tottenham in their last five Champions League games now.
At home last season they opened with a loss against Barcelona and then beat PSV and Inter by one-goal margins. The home record of Tottenham isn’t bad at all because they have won 8 of their last 11 on home soil (D2 L1). Spurs have only ever been held to a home draw once in the Champions League group stage. Tottenham’s record at home against German sides is W8 D1 L2. They have won their last two against Bundesliga opposition at home, which have both been against Dortmund. Home away, Spurs are on a four-match winning streak against German teams (well, all four of those were against Dortmund).
Bayern are W2 D1 L1 against Spurs
Spurs hold a W1 D1 record at home against Bayern
The last three meetings have ended in a home win
None of the four previous meetings produced an away victory
Bayern eased to a 3-0 home win over Red Star Belgrade in their opening game of this campaign. Star striker Robert Lewandowski got one of those. He, incidentally, has scored 10 goals in 6 Bundesliga games for Bayern this season. Out on their travels in last season’s group stage, Bayern collected a total of seven points, the draw in that sequence happening at Ajax, who Tottenham narrowly defeated at the semi-final stage on away goals.
They did pay a visit to England in the round of sixteen, playing out a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their round of sixteen tie against Liverpool. It is a nine-match undefeated streak of form that Bayern Munich are currently on, winning six of those. Before their 0-0 at Liverpool, Bayern had scored at least two goals in eight European road games. They have won only one of their last five visits to England now (D2 L2). That lone victory in that sequence was at Arsenal in the 2016/17 Champions League round of sixteen.
Tottenham have been out of sorts this season and look to be there for the taking. Bayern have the quality to step it up and go and collected the away win. The Germans aren’t a huge strong threat, but good enough to win.
30th September 2019 / lee - Category: UEFA Champions League Betting
It has not been the convincing season that was expected from Spurs. They had a major embarrassment in midweek, getting knocked out of the EFL Cup by Colchester. With a loss last weekend in the Premier League as well, is there trouble brewing at the club? Southampton also suffered a loss last weekend. It’s a big game for both. Read our Tottenham v Southampton betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 24th, 2019 at 5:35 p.m.)
Difficult times for Spurs. They are only W2 D2 L2 in the Premier League this season after a 2-1 loss at Leicester last weekend. That was after they had taken the lead at the King Power. That game had followed them throwing away a 2-0 lead in the Champions League against Olympiakos to tie 2-2. Then came their EFL Cup tie on Tuesday night when they crashed out on penalties against Colchester.
With boss Mauricio Pochettino cutting a frustrated figure for a couple of months, are Spurs in decline? Their home form in the league this season is W2 L1, the wins being big ones over Aston Villa and Crystal Palace, the loss coming against Newcastle. There has been only one clean sheet by Spurs in the league this season. Five of their six league fixtures have gone over 2.5 goals. Tottenham have opened the scoring in half of their six games. They need to start stringing a good run of results together.
Each of the last four meetings at Tottenham have gone over 2.5 goals
Spurs are on a three-match winning streak at home against the Saints
Both teams have scored in each of the last seven meetings
The two traded home wins last season in the top flight
The Saints were marching along on a good three-match unbeaten streak of form, which included a draw against Manchester United. That came to an end last weekend with a disappointing home defeat against Bournemouth. So they will be looking to pick up the pieces after that. What will give them a little bit of confidence is that the two wins they have recorded for the season have come away from St Marys. Southampton are W2 L1 on the road.
Just one of their last four league outings have gone over 2.5 goals. They have taken back to back clean sheets away from home as well, thanks to their victories at Brighton and Sheffield United. Southampton have hit the back of the net in each of their last five league games. All six of the league goals that Southampton have scored this season have come in the second half of fixtures. The Saints have conceded the opening goal in four of their six games so have had to do a lot of chasing.
Southampton’s wins on the road have been against less threatening teams than Spurs. Even though Tottenham are not in great shape at the moment, they will still be expected to come away with a win in this game. Southampton will make a game of it. Spurs to win by a one-goal margin.
27th September 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Leicester suffered their first defeat of the season last weekend as they were beaten at Old Trafford by Manchester United. They are still currently a top-five side though. What are[some will they come up with at the King Power as they play host to Spurs? Tottenham took a win last weekend, thumping Crystal Palace. Read our Leicester v Tottenham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 18th, 2019 at 6:35 p.m.)
The Foxes couldn’t quite get their attacking act together last weekend at Old Trafford and suffered a 1-0 loss. They will get the chance to put things right as they welcome Spurs to the King Power on Saturday lunchtime. They certainly won’t want to be suddenly looking at back to back defeats after such a composed start to the campaign.
The Foxes are W1 D1 at home this season, opening there with a dull 0-0 draw against Watford, before putting a 3-1 victory on the board over Bournemouth. Three of their five league games this season have gone under 2.5 goals. Of the four goals that they have conceded, three of them have been in the first half of fixtures in this campaign.
Leicester have opened the scoring in two of their five games this season, leading at half time in two of them as well. Jamie Vardy is their leading scorer with three goals on the board. Leicester in total have scored six league goals in their five games. Four of those six goals have been strikes which have given the Foxes the lead. They were lacking in the final third against Man Utd last weekend, so they will be hoping for improvement there.
Tottenham won both league meetings last season
Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings (L1)
Leicester are W1 D1 L2 in their last four EPL home games against Spurs
All but one of the last six meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Tottenham raced out to a big 4-0 home win over Crystal Palace last weekend in the Premier League. In midweek they kicked off their Champions League Campaign, so had some extra work to do there. Out in Greece, Spurs threw away an early 2-0 lead to end up drawing 2-2 against Olympiakos.
That’s twice in their last three games, they been leading 2-0 only to end up drawing, as that’s exactly what happened to them against Arsenal before the international break in the EPL. Spurs are W0 D2 L0 out on their Premier League travels this season.
Before their 2-2 draw at Arsenal, the Lilywhites also drew their opening away game by a 2-2 scoreline against Manchester City. Overall home and away in this campaign, Spurs are now W2 D2 L1. Four of their five games have gone over 2.5 goals.
Even though they have been fast starters, scoring 64% of their goals in the first half of fixtures this season, five of the six league goals that they have conceded have been before the halftime break in fixtures as well. So it wouldn’t be a great surprise if there was at least one first-half goal in this game.
It’s time to start juggling European action for Spurs. How will they get on at the King Power after their midweek trip to Greece? It is a fascinating one is this because Leicester are a well-organized side. Backing the draw in the match outright just may do the job.
19th September 2019 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Tottenham will open their Champions League campaign with a tricky away match out in Greece. Olympiakos put in some good performances in the qualification rounds to get themselves to the group stage. But they remain without a home win in their last eight group stage fixtures. Read our Olympiakos v Tottenham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 14th, 2019 at 5:47 p.m.)
Olympiakos came through the qualifying rounds to make it to the group stage. They started in the second qualifying round against Viktoria Plzen before getting the better of Krasnodar in the playoffs, which was a very good result for them. They have conceded just one goal in their four Champions League games this season. Olympiakos are going to need a big defensive display for the visit to last season’s losing finalists Tottenham. Their form this season in the Champions League takes them to a nine-match undefeated European home record (W7 D2).
The Greek side were last in the group stage of the Champions League in the 2017/18 season but finished bottom. They earned just one point from their six games (against Barcelona, Juventus and Sporting). Olympiakos were in the Europa League last season, making it to the round of 32 after having started back in the third qualifying round. They have form against English teams too, winning five of their last six home games against English opposition. They beat Burnley in last season’s Europa League 3-1.
The two previously met in the second round of the 72/73 UEFA Cup
They traded home wins to nil on that occasion
Spurs looked as if they were not going to make it out of the group stage last season in the Champions League. They took just one point from their opening three games. But they fought back brilliant to squeeze through. Then they got past Borussia Dortmund, Manchester City and Ajax en route to the final. Spurs didn’t do themselves justice in the Madrid final though, losing 2-0 against Liverpool without looking like a threat in the game.
Spurs took a W6 D2 L5 record in last season’s Champions League. They suffered a loss in three of their last four. In last season’s group, stage Spurs collected just the two away points and it leaves them with only three wins in their last 12 group stage away games. It has been one win in their last five on the road. Their dramatic second-leg win at Ajax in last season’s semi-final was only their sixth win in their last 21 European away games (D7 L8). Tottenham have a record of W1 D2 L1 in Greece.
Olympiakos were good in the qualification rounds, particularly against Krasnodar. But they will be facing a different quality altogether in Spurs. It may be worth backing both teams to get on the scoresheet in this one, but for Spurs to come away with the three points.
16th September 2019 / lee - Category: UEFA Champions League Betting