Spurs 8-1 for winless Wembley Euro run

TOTTENHAM are 11-8 to beat Dortmund on Wednesday night in their opening Champions League Group H clash at Wembley despite having won just two of their 12 matches at the national stadium since it was redeveloped.

Betway go 8-1 that Mauricio Pochettino's team fail to win any of their home group matches - they face holders Real Madrid on November 1 and Apoel Nicosia on December 6.

The firm are evens that Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho starts for Liverpool against Sevilla on Wednesday.

Coutinho had been the subject of repeated transfer bids from Barcelona during the August window and has yet to feature for Jurgen Klopp's side this season.

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is 11-8 favourite in the Premier League sack race despite the Hammers' 2-0 win over Hudders­field on Monday.

Roy Hodgson was confirmed as the new manager of Crystal Palace on Tuesday night.

 

Match in Focus

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Apoel Nicosia v Tottenham

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Apoel have lost only four of 19 Champions League group games by more than one goal
Expert verdict
Losing 3-0 to Real Madrid was no disgrace for Apoel, who went to the Bernabeu in survival mode but will hope to demonstrate their quality back on home soil. The Cypriots are solid and have players who will be looking to hit Spurs on the break, so don’t bank a stroll for Tottenham.

 

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