JOSE MOURINHO wasn't kidding anyone when he said he didn't contribute to Spurs' win on Saturday.
The new boss just had to be there to make a difference and by picking forwards Harry Kane, Son Heung-Min, Dele Alli and Lucas Moura gave them a threat they've been missing.
Kane, Son and Moura all netted while Alli dictated play from his favourite No.10 spot.
Mourinho's next task will be to qualify for the Champions League knockout stage a game early and victory at home to Olympiakos achieves that.
The Greeks' only point came at home to the Londoners and away they've been awful – no goals and just two shots on target in games against Red Star and Bayern.
Spurs are just 2-7 at McBookie to win but should dominate and cover the -1 handicap at 4-5 with Betfred.
Another bet to look at considering Olympiakos' away stats is Spurs to win to nil at 6-5 with BetVictor.
I fancy on-fire pair Kane and Son, who has seven goals in nine games and six in six at home, both to score but the England skipper is just 1-2 so support Son at 11-8 with BetVictor.
The other game in Group B sees already qualified Bayern Munich visit Red Star Belgrade. The Germans need a point to clinch top spot but should get all through. They're short at 1-5 and even Bayern and over 2.5 goals is 1-2 so I don't know where the value lies – maybe a small punt on Serge Gnabry to score first at 5-1 with Unibet.
Man City need a draw at home to Shakhtar Donetsk to qualify but I'm backing them for a big win despite the absence of Sergio Aguero with Gabriel Jesus set to stand in.
Atalanta v Dinamo Zagreb is the other game in City's group and it's been a shock campaign for the Italians who started out with high hopes of qualifying.
It's Dinamo, who beat Atalanta at home, who are fighting with Shakhtar for second spot and victory here will give them a great chance. They look big at 5-1 at Unibet but much will depend on the motivation of the home men. There are usually goals at Atalnata but over 2.5 pays just 4-7 at William Hill.
In Group A Real Madrid and PSG will finish top two and a draw at just under 3-1 with Marathonbet tonight will see PSG clinch first and Real settle for second. A draw is a possibility and remember PSG have a perfect record with four wins out of four and no goals conceded.
It's a pretty similar scenario in Group D as Juventus entertain Atletico Madrid. Juve have qualified and Real are almost certain to finish second with Lokomotiv Moscow at home on the final day.
Again this could be a draw that suits both but what about Cristiano Ronaldo to score first against his old Madrid rivals. He is 17-4 with Betway.
- Son to score
- Spurs to win to nil
- Man City -2
- Real Madrid v PSG draw
- Ronaldo to score first