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Spurs plotting Bernabeu raid
Tottenham travel to the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night with good reason to feel they can get a positive result.
Mauricio Pochettino's men travel to take on the mighty Real Madrid in their Champions League Group H encounter, hoping to come away with at least a point.

Both sides go into the game unbeaten in Europe thus far and both have exactly the same goal difference, having scored six and conceded one in their two previous games.

Any away trip to the Bernabeu is a daunting one but Tottenham may have cause for optimism as the current Champions League holders have started the season slowly.

Los Blancos sit in third spot in the La Liga table but they are five points behind leaders and arch rivals Barcelona, and that is mainly due to their poor home form.

One win, one loss and two draws at home is not the sort of form to strike terror into an opponent and Spurs should believe they can get something from the mouth-watering encounter.

Harry Kane is this season’s leading scorer in the Champions League with five goals and he will be hoping he can carry on his recent form, netting 15 goals in his last 12 games and 43 goals in 38 appearances in 2017 for club and country.

In the Premier League, Spurs have won all four of their matches on their travels and go into the game sat in third place in their domestic competition.

With that in mind the recommended bet is an away win at n/a or draw the at n/a, while the double chance for Spurs/draw is n/a

Spurs will have to counteract Cristiano Ronaldo, who is the all-time leading goalscorer in the Champions League with 109 goals, two of which came this season, and Ronaldo ended his three game La Liga drought at the weekend with the winner away to Getafe.

With Rolando and Kane on show it could be a high scoring affair, especially as Real always score in Europe, the last time they failed to net in this competition coming way back in the semi-final away to Manchester City in 2015/16, 17 games ago. With that in mind, over 2.5 goals is n/a.

These sides have met twice before in the competition back in 2011 with Real Madrid winning both games 1-0 and 4-0, and they haven’t lost to an English side in this competition since Liverpool beat them home and away back in 2008/9, a run of ten games, but that may change on Tuesday night.

Recommended bet: Spurs/draw double chance n/a
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