The match is over.
Crvena Zvezda (or Red Star as they are otherwise known) look like they will have to rely on home form in this group after losing heavily in both away games so far.
After the 5-0 win in London many will feel Spurs should win this one comfortably too. But Crvena Zvezda are a different proposition at home and could make life difficult for the visitors.
The previous game showed that Crvena Zvezda’s defence is not the best. But Spurs have not been that good at the back this season either so there should be a few goals in Belgrade.
The home side might have a few surprises for Spurs here – but Mauricio Pochettino’s side have enough attacking firepower to believe that they will get on the score sheet at least.
Head to Head
Before the game a couple of weeks ago these two sides had only previously met in the 1972/73 UEFA Cup – Tottenham winning 2-1 on aggregate.
Crvena Zvezda to win
Tottenham’s recent woes might continue in Belgrade, as they are sure to come up against a passionate and off-putting home crowd.
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