Odds and preview for the late kick off:
For the second season running Spurs will meet the Spanish Champions in the group stage of the Champions League as they host Barcelona at Wembley Stadium.
It was in the same competition last season where Spurs finally began to make Wembley their home, as they brushed aside Borussia Dortmund and holders and would be champions Real Madrid.
Had they managed to hold onto their 1-0 lead in the San Siro they would be going into this game in strong standing, however a late collapse saw them finish the game on the end of a 2-1 defeat.
Barcelona are in a comfortable position after beating PSV in the opening round of games, but they have hit a poor run of form with 3 league games without a win.
Spurs return to form has come at a cost with Jan Vertonghen, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, and Moussa Dembele all finding themselves on the injury list. It’s not hard to the underdog going into the game, they can be found at 29/10 to win the game. With Barcelona best price to win at evens.
Spurs could become more desperate for victory as the game wears on. Two Champions League losses on the spin and it will make for an extremely difficult challenge to get out the groups. The draw can be found as big as 3/1.
Harry Kane was back to his best against Huddersfield at the weekend, and is 4/1 to strike first.
Where Barcelona may have hit a rough patch, Lionel Messi has still dragged his side through games and is 19/20 to Score Anytime.
Erik Lamela has found the net 3 times in his last 3 appearances for Spurs, with the last goal in 2 of those games and can be found as big as 10/1 to be Last Goalscorer.
Where to watch:
Kick off: 21:00 (Gibraltar)
Channel: BT Sports
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