Tottenham's opening match of this season's Champions League will see them travel to Greece to take on Olympiakos on Wednesday.
In a group that also contains Bayern Munich and Red Star Belgrade, it may be imperative that Spurs secure a positive result at the Karaiskakis Stadium, but that will be easier said than done as Olympiakos are unbeaten in their last five home meetings with English opposition.
Pedro Martins side, who finished second in the Greek Super League last season, had to come through qualifying to reach the group stage, overcoming Viktoria Plzen, Istanbul Basaksehir and Krasnodar, while they have actually won eight matches on the spin across all competitions.
With a busy fixture schedule to come, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino indicated after the victory over Palace that he would rotate his side, with the likes of Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Tanguy Ndombele all pushing for recalls, while teenage forward Troy Parrott could also feature.
Former France international Mathieu Valbuena is expected to play for Olympiakos following his summer move from Fenerbahce, while captain Kostas Fortounis is also likely to be a key figure.
This will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides since 1972, with Spurs claiming a 4-1 aggregate success in the UEFA Cup back then.