Tottenham welcome PSV Eindhoven to Wembley for a vital Group B clash in the Champions League tonight.
Spurs need a win as they lie bottom of the group with one point after three matches.
A 2-2 draw in Eindhoven on matchday three proved little use to either side in their hopes of reaching the round of 16.
Goals from Lucas Moura and Harry Kane put Spurs in front after Hirving Lozano’s 30th-minute opener for PSV, only for Luuk de Jong to snatch a point three minutes from time after Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris had been sent off.
With both teams having already been beaten by Barcelona and Inter Milan, that left them with one point apiece, five adrift of second-placed Inter and eight behind Barça.
That means both Spurs and PSV will be unable to finish in the top two if they fail to win on matchday four and Inter are victorious at home to Barcelona in the other game.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 8.00pm with live stream on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport App.
BT will also show Liverpool’s visit to Red Star from 5.15pm on BT Sport 3 this evening.
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