Over 2.5 goals

Tottenham won 3-1 and 2-1 when these sides met in the Champions League group stage last season, and a similar result is likely here.

There were at least three goals in four of Spurs’ six group-stage matches this season, as well as nine of their last 13 in all competitions.

Dortmund’s last three matches have finished 3-3, with over 2.5 goals landing in six of their last eight.

Christian Eriksen to score

In the absence of Harry Kane, the advanced creative role falls even more on Eriksen.

The Dane demonstrated his proficiency from long-range with his goal against Leicester on Sunday, and he ranks third to Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min in the Tottenham squad for attempts on goal per game this season.

Danny Rose to be carded

Rose has picked up five bookings this season, including against Leicester on Sunday.

The full-back ranks fifth for tackles and fourth for fouls in the Spurs squad and will be charged with stopping in-form winger Jadon Sancho in this game.

Thomas Delaney to be carded

Delaney has been carded seven times for club and country this season, so is an obvious candidate to join Rose in the referees' book.

The Dane ranks top for fouls and third for tackles in the visitor's squad, while an opposition midfielder has been carded in five of Spurs' last seven games.


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