SPURS can avoid defeat against Real Madrid tonight if Harry Kane is fit to start.
The England wasn't missed too badly last season but since the start of October he has been key to the side's success and that showed at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Spurs were powderpuff without him and if he plays could punish a Real side in disarray after losing 2-1 at Girona on at the weekend.
The sides were evenly matched at the Bernabeu and another 1-1 draw at 7-1 at McBookie is possible.
The Londoners have kept just clean sheet in eight Champions League matches while Real Madrid have conceded in five of their last six road trips in all competitions so both to score looks on at 1-2 with Stan James.
A draw at Wembley would leave both sides in a strong position even if Borussia Dortmund beat APOEL at home. Dortmund lost to Spurs and Real then could only draw in Cyprus. They should win but are no bigger than 1-8 at Betfred.
Napoli v Man City could be cracker in Group E. City edged the Italians 2-1 at the Etihad and goals could again be the way to go. Both to score and over 2.5 goals is the best bet at 8-11 with Coral.
The other game in Group E sees Shakhtar entertain Feyenoord. If Napoli don't beat City and Shakhtar win they'll be in a strong position to qualify.
Shakhtar won in Holland and should do so again as Feyenoord have picked up no points, conceding nine, and are struggling in their domestic league too.
Liverpool thumped Maribor 7-0 away and will expect to again put away the Slovenians. They are no bigger than 1-20 with Marathonbet so there is a little value to be found unless you're on the away at an astonishing 80-1 at Ladbrokes.
Over 3.5 match goals is 1-2 at Ladbrokes and the handicap line is set at -3. Maribor plus four has a chance because they'll park the bus and could lose 3-0.
Group E is tight with just one point separating the top three. Spartak Moscow 5, Sevilla 1 was a shock result last time out the Spanish will be out to avenge that at home.
Besiktas have a 100 per cent record in Group G and should beat Monaco after winning in the Principality. The Turks are in good nick with a star-studded frontline and I fancy them at 6-4 with Unibet to pick up another three points.
If Monaco lose then second spot will be up for grabs to Porto or RB Leipzig who meet in Lisbon.
The Germans won a thriller 3-2 at home and while it's not easy to pick a winner there should be more goals.
- Spurs v Real Madrid both to score
- Napoli v Man City btts & over 2.5 goals
- Sevilla v Spartak Moscow btts
- Porto v RB Leipzig btts