tottenham Team News:


Tottenham are expected to continue without both Jan Vertonghen and Eric Dier, while Victor Wanyama and Danny Rose are both doubtful. Mousa Dembele is another player who is unlikely to participate after he went off injured against Wolves on Saturday. Captain Hugo Lloris is suspended.

psv Team News:


PSV will be without Ryan Thomas, who is injured, though the visitors have no other injury concerns at present. Steven Bergwijn didn't feature in the reverse fixture, but he has since returned, so the left-sided attacker should feature at Wembley.

tottenham vs psv Head to Head:

When the pair met in Eindhoven a fortnight ago, it was only the third time that they’d ever faced each other. As things stand, it’s all-square with a win each. Can either side give themselves head-to-head superiority with a win at Wembley on Tuesday evening?

tottenham vs psv Statistics:

Spurs last hosted PSV in a European match in March 2008 at White Hart Lane in the UEFA Cup – they lost 0-1 to a goal from Jefferson Farfan. PSV’s 1-0 away win over Spurs in the 2007-08 UEFA Cup is their last away win in England – they’ve lost to Liverpool (1-3 in October 2008) and drawn with Manchester United (0-0 in November 2015) since then. Spurs are winless in five Champions League matches (D2 L3) – their longest ever winless run in major European competition. PSV have won none of their last 11 Champions League matches (D5 L6) since winning 2-1 against CSKA Moscow in December 2015. Spurs striker Harry Kane has the best goals per game ratio of any player in Champions League history to play at least 10 matches in the competition (0.85 – 11 goals in 13 matches). Only Crvena Zvedva (75) have faced more shots in this season’s Champions League than PSV (69), with the Dutch side facing at least 20 in each of their three matches. Three of the five English sides to achieve just one point or fewer from their opening three Champions League group stage games went on to qualify for the next round – Newcastle United in 2002-03, Arsenal in 2003-04 and Liverpool in 2007-08. PSV are the first Dutch club side to appear at Wembley since June 1971, when Ajax won 2-0 against Panathinaikos in that season’s European Cup final. None of Spurs’ 10 home Champions League group stage matches have ended as draws – they’ve won seven and lost three. Should PSV win, Spurs could become the second English team that the Dutch side have beaten more than once in away European games – they’ve also beaten Leeds United twice.

Tottenham vs PSV Betting Prediction:

Tottenham 2 1 PSV
Tip: Over 2.5
Odds
1.46
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