Antonio Conte and his Spurs team will be intent on claiming all three points against the Bundesliga side this time having missed some glorious chances at Deutsche Bank Park.
Currently second and level on four points with third-placed Frankfurt at the halfway stage of Group D, a win will put the Lilywhites in a good position to progress through to the knockout stage. Saturday’s win over Brighton & Hove Albion will certainly have boosted their confidence coming into the game, whereas Oliver Glasner’s team were on the losing side following a 3-0 defeat away at VfL Bochum.
Tottenham correspondents Alasdair Gold and
Rob Guest are covering the match with all the build-up and the action as it happen on the pitch from inside the stadium and reaction from the supporters and media. Harry Kane leads the way for Spurs in the Premier League with eight goals, including one against Arsenal, on the heels of Son Heung-min’s hat trick against the Foxes prior to the international break. Finally off the mark for the season and locked into a starting spot for the time being with Dejan Kulusevski battling a thigh injury. Richarlison scored his first two goals for Tottenham in the home win over Marseille, but the Brazilian has since gone cold without a goal or assist in two-straight UCL starts.