Tottenham beat Olympiakos and BTTS looks a solid bet for Jose Mourinho’s first home game on Wednesday.
Ahead of this penultimate Champions League Group B game, Spurs know a win will guarantee them a place in the knockout phase.
Greek club Olympiakos still have every chance of dropping into the Europa League, but need Bayern Munich to win away at Red Star Belgrade. That means there is plenty riding on this game.
Hosts Tottenham will want to win this home dugout debut for Mourinho after a 3-2 victory across London at West Ham United.
That scoreline probably didn’t reflect how superior Spurs were. What Mourinho needs to work on is sorting the defence out.
As Tottenham have conceded nine goals in four Champions League group games so far, it needs tightening up.
Spurs have kept just four clean sheets in 18 matches across all competitions this term. Three of their six wins have come despite letting in goals.
Why Tottenham beat Olympiakos and BTTS odds appeal
It makes best Tottenham beat Olympiakos and BTTS odds of 2/1 with Betway well worth considering.
With goals conceded in 78 per cent of their games throughout the season so far, Spurs look vulnerable.
The reverse fixture in Greece saw them held to a 2-2 draw. Olympiakos came from two goals down to get a point.
They have only failed to score in three of their 21 league and Champions League games so far.
While Tottenham have obvious goal threats in Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min, Olympiakos can cause problems too.
North African striker duo Youssef El-Arabi and Hilal Soudani carry a threat and so does former France midfielder Mathieu Valbuena.
The latter scored against Spurs in the reverse fixture alongside Portuguese winger Daniel Podence.
Mourinho simply hasn’t had enough time with the players to iron out defensive mistakes, so backing Tottenham to win but concede again makes sense.
Bet of the Day: 2/1 with Betway, Tottenham beat Olympiakos and BTTS in Champions League Group B.