Tight England game to expect in the Champions League
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Can Spurs Make the “Impossible”? And how impossible is the “Impossible”? No, we really do see that Spurs will win this in aggregate.
With the away goal rule and the dignity of the match, we do not believe in two offensive absolutely headless teams in this match. Tottenham has 1-0 to go on but lacks Harry Kane et al. No optimal position to meet City who has won 16/17 home games in the Premier League this season. But in the Champions League, there is not much difference between these teams. Spurs won the home meeting and football is not always logical. Therefore, I will look more at goals than victors – even though I, like many others, believe that City wins the match.
Spurs will come here to shut down City and to keep 0-0 as long as it goes. The contracting positions will appear and then it is important to have energy and to be on the cutting edge. Should it be 1-0 to City, the situation is tricky. Depending on how late or early it is in the match, the law will be more or less cautious. But such a result could, of course, mean that the match becomes more cautious in the second half. A goal entered for the City and the race can be run because of the away goal rule. At the same time as Spurs, without Kane, nor does it want a 2-0 drawback against such a fierce team as City on away soil.
We think the best bet in this game is for goals. The teams has met twice this season – although both times in London – but with out-of-bounds for each team. City in the league and Spurs in CL. Two teams with respect for each other’s strengths.
Therefore, we play Under 3.5 goals at 1.63 at NairaBET.
City (4-3-3) Ederson – Walker, Stones, Laporte, Zinchenko – Bruyne, Fernandinho, Silva – Silva, Jesus, Sterling
Out: Bravo, Fernandinho
Spurs (3-4-2-1) Lloris – Alderwiereld, Sanchez, Vertonghen – Trippier, Sissoko, Winks, Rose – Eriksen, Alli – Heung-Min
Out: Dier, Aurier, Lamela, Kane.
Uncertain: Winks, Alli, Llorente