Kick-off: 2000, 06/11/2018
TV: BT Sport
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What Trueform says for Tottenham vs PSV
Tottenham blew a great chance to kick-start their Champions League campaign when only drawing 2-2 with PSV in Holland and simply have to now make amends at Wembley.
With both teams having already been beaten by Barcelona and Inter Milan, that result did neither side much good and only a win will suffice in London.
That should make for an open contest, so 29/20 for Spurs to prevail and both teams to score is our opening Tottenham vs PSV prediction.
A Look At Tottenham Hotspur’s Betting Odds
Tottenham did look much the better team when coming from behind to control proceedings in Eindhoven.
Lucas Moura levelled before the break and Spurs seemed set for a much-needed success after Harry Kane headed home Christian Eriksen’s cross early in the second half.
However, Hugo Lloris saw red for bringing down Hirving Lozano following a rush of blood to the head and that allowed PSV back into the game.
Luuk de Jong’s 87th-minute equaliser was a crushing blow and Mauricio Pochettino admits his men have a mountain to climb.
“Now we need to win the three games that we have to play and get some other results that help us to achieve qualification – but it’s difficult,” he declared.
A Look At PSV Eindhoven’s Betting Odds
PSV accepted that they were outplayed a couple of weeks ago, but will take heart from Tottenham’s defensive frailties in this competition.
Having conceded twice late on at Inter Milan and then letting in four against Barca, Toby Alderweireld was caught dawdling in possession by Lozano for the opening goal in Holland.
Mexico winger Lozano impressed at the World Cup and has carried that form into the club campaign, constantly proving a threat with his pace on the break both on the domestic front and in Europe.
Mark van Bommel’s side are flying high at the top of the Eredivisie table again, with De Jong and Uruguay midfielder Gaston Pereiro also regularly among the goals alongside Lozano.
With Pablo Rosario pulling the strings in behind the front men, they have the skill and guile to test Tottenham on the counter-attack, especially with Lloris suspended and the hosts going all out for victory.
That makes 31/20 for a home win and over 3.5 goals in the game worth adding to our Tottenham vs PSV betting tips.
Last Champions League result:
PSV 2-2 TOTTENHAM – Lozano, De Jong + Moura, Kane
Previous head-to-head: PSV 0-1 Tottenham, Tottenham 0-1 PSV
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