Tottenham and Real Madrid both go into Wednesday’s Wembley showdown on the back of weekend defeats.
Spurs lost 1-0 at Manchester United on Saturday, before Real were on the end of a shock 2-1 reverse at Girona just over 24 hours later.
Real are the pre-match favourites, but they are not odds-on.
You can get a 5/4 on an away win at bet365 while the same bookie offer 11/5 for Spurs and 27/10 on the draw.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Kane are 3/1 joint-favourites to score first. Kane is a fitness doubt but, don’t worry, if you bet on him and he doesn’t play that bet will be refunded.
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One of the most sinister special bets you can place is 9/1 on there to be an own goal – just like there was in the first meeting when Raphael Varane was the unlucky party.
Imagine watching this game just hoping for an own goal… Saying that, with expert crossers on both sides and Spurs likely to pack their penalty area, there is a real chance someone could unwittingly deflect a ball past their own keeper at Wembley.
Kane missed the visit to Old Trafford with a hamstring strain.
With progression to the knockout phase of the Champions League almost safe – Spurs can afford to lose to Real and Dortmund as long as they beat APOEL at home – manager Mauricio Pochettino is unlikely to push Kane if he is not 100% fit.
Real are expected to be without Mateo Kovacic and Dani Carvajal, but Gareth Bale is fit to face his former side, although he might start as a sub.
Having had so much success with a back three in the Bernabeu, Pochettino will almost certainly stick with the same shape at the back, where Jan Vertonghen, Davinson Sanchez and Toby Alderweireld will likely start.
Harry Winks was also brilliant in the first meeting, excelling as a No 6 in midfield. But Mousa Dembele is fit again so Winks may be demoted to the bench.
The big question mark for Spurs is what they will do up front should Kane fail to prove his fitness… Many people think it is a straight shootout between Fernando Llorente and Son Heung-min to replace Kane, but it could be that both start as Spurs they played two up front in the Bernabeu.
Llorente’s aerial prowess gives Spurs the option to go long, while the pacy Son can worry Real on the break.