IT'S all eyes on Wembley tonight as Spurs attempt to finish the job against Juventus and seal a place in the Champions League last eight.
Mauricio Pochettino's men hit back from 2-0 down to claim a thrilling 2-2 draw in the first leg in Turin but will be taking nothing for granted against a side that's reached the final in two of the last three seasons.
Both teams to score
The first leg saw bundles of chances at both ends and with Juve needing to score tonight there's a fair chance of goals again. The Italian champs have kept a clean sheet in their last 10 Serie A games but in three Euro away tussles this term they've shipped three to Barcelona and one to Sporting Lisbon.
Spurs netted three in each of their home group games and can get on the scoresheet tonight, with btts paying 4-5.
Half with most goals
Last night's tie between PSG and Real Madrid exploded into life in the second half and a similar scenario could unfold here.
Juve of course must score to have any chance to go through but may feel their way into the game and the first half could be tight with neither team playing with the handbrake off. The second 45 minutes will be do or die and is likely to open the game up so I'm taking most goals after the break at 21-20.
Spurs are hot favourites at 2-5 but I have a nagging feeling that Juve will somehow turn this tie around. The Italians have taken huge belief from their 1-0 weekend win at Lazio where they played poorly then nicked victory with a cracking last-gasp Paulo Dybala goal that put them back in the driving seat for the title.
Spurs have already beaten Dortmund and Real Madrid at Wembley this season but Juve's Champions League experience over the last few years could give them the edge.
They should have been 3-0 up in the first leg had it not been for Gonzalo Higuain's missed penalty and I'm taking the Italians to qualify at a chunky 2-1.