Lorient 0-3 MONACO – Radamel Falcao (1st goalscorer), Thomas Lemar, Boschilia
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3-2 West Ham United – Harry Winks, Harry Kane x2
Kick Off: 19.45, 22/11/2016
Stadium: Stade Louis II
TV: Sky Sports 2
Head-to-head: Tottenham 1-2 Monaco, Tottenham 4-1 Monaco, Monaco 1-1 Tottenham
* Monaco to win @ 29/20
* Thomas Lemar to score (check prices)
* Over 4.5 goals @ 11/2
* Monaco are unbeaten in six matches, winning four of their past five including three in a row at home by an incredible combined scoreline of 15-2
* Thomas Lemar has bagged a further five goals since opening his account for the campaign against Tottenham at Wembley nine weeks ago
* These side have both been involved in five-plus goal fixtures over their past four outings combined
A Look At Monaco’s Betting Odds
Leonardo Jardim and co set themselves up for a decent stab at topping Group E with a 2-1 win away to their next opponents at Wembley first time out, with the principality outfit picking up another five points and still unbeaten after clashes with CSKA Moscow (twice) and Bayer Leverkusen.
They could hardly be going into this game in better form, having won three of their past four in all competitions by at least three goals and hitting the Ligue 1 summit in recent weeks, albeit on goal difference.
At 29/20, they look value to inflict another damaging defeat on Spurs.
A Look At Tottenham’s Betting Odds
It may be that Son Heung-min and Harry Kane saved Spurs’ season with two late assists/goals when 2-1 down at home to West Ham in the Premier League, because Champions League progression looks extremely unlikely.
That was Mauricio Pochettino’s side’s first win in eight matches all told, so expecting the visitors to dig out victory against a team unbeaten at home since April Fools’ Day should be given shorter shrift than 37/20 odds in the betting suggest.