Out-of-form Spurs have it all to do going into the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with Red Bull Leipzig.
Jose Mourinho’s men lost the first leg 1-0 and hardly look in great shape ahead of the return.
The Londoners have won just one of their last eight games and have conceded in 18 of their last 20.
Given how Leipzig troubled them three weeks ago, the hosts can be expected to score here too.
The Germans are unbeaten in their last six, although a ray of light for Spurs comes from the fact that two recent Bundesliga draws have hit them hard in the title race. They have now slipped to third in their domestic league.
However, that six-game unbeaten run has seen Leipzig concede only one goal which highlights the toughness of the task Spurs face, particularly given they remain without Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
Mourinho will surely look to Giovani Lo Celso and Lucas Moura after they made a strong impact as half-time substitutes at Burnley on Saturday. Much was made of how they improved Spurs but it should be remembered that the team’s first-half display meant they were arriving at a pretty low base.
Leipzig have much greater quality than Burnley, with first-leg scorer Timo Werner carrying their main goal threat – he has 27 goals in 35 club games this season.
However, it is his fellow forward Patrik Schick who arguably represents the best value in the goalscorer markets.
The Czech had chances in the first game and should get more here. Since November 30, Schick has scored in seven games to Werner’s eight, yet the anytime scorer prices are much wider – 6/4 and 22/25 respectively.
Schick is also 5/1 in the first scorer market which looks more of a working man’s price and one worth backing.