SPURS are hot favourites to reach the Champions League group stage despite losing 3-2 to Young Boys last night.
The Swiss side stunned Harry Redknapp's men with a lightning-quick start that saw them race into a 3-0 lead.
It was bad news for millions of punters who backed Spurs to win but the White Hart Lane men bounced back with two priceless away goals and should complete the job at home next Wednesday.
Spurs are 2-9 with William Hill to progress and 1-5 to win the second leg with the draw
9-2 and Young Boys 8-1.
However, Spurs have been lengthened from 20-1 to 25-1 with Hills to win the Champions League.
Chelsea are 13-8 with William Hill to go furthest of the Brits with Man Utd 15-8, Arsenal 7-2, Spurs 6-1 and Rangers 16-1.