Tottenham Hotspur play their first Champions League game since 2011 on Wednesday night when they welcome AS Monaco to their temporary base at Wembley Stadium.
Spurs go into the game as favourites, having beaten the Ligue 1 side 4-1 at White Hart Lane in last season’s Europa League.
Win, lose or draw, Spurs will set a new Champions League record for the highest attendance at a British home game.
The 90,000-capacity stadium has not yet sold out, but it is expected to be all but full by the time the famous Champions League anthem is belted around the ground.
Spurs head coach Mauricio Pochettino has a largely fit squad to chose from. His main selection headache comes in midfield where Mousa Dembele could make his first start of the season, having been suspended for the first four league games.
Also, Pochettino may have to harshly drop South Korean attacking midfielder Son Heung-min, who scored two goals at Stoke City on Saturday when Erik Lamela was rested from the start.
The only injury blow for Spurs is that Danny Rose is still out, forcing Pochettino to stick with Wales left-back Ben Davies in the no.3 position.
Here is how we expect Spurs to line up vs Monaco:
Monaco should not be underestimated.
They have won six of their eight games in all competitions this season.
Monaco overcame Fenerbahce and Villarreal over two legs to reach the group phase.
Although they are not a patch on their great sides of the past, Monaco have some excellent players.
Brazilian duo Fabinho and Boschilia, plus Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva are among the Monaco players Spurs must watch very carefully.