Tottenham will look forward to finish their group campaign on a high note as they travel to Turkey to face Besiktas. The hosts are first in their domestic table whereas Tottenham is somewhere in the middle of Premier League looking as inconsistent as one might think.
The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw and Besiktas missed so many chances that they lost count which is why they would want a win for their supporters, even if both teams are already qualified. Their best player has been ruled out of the match with a broken toe in the match against Trabzonspor, and might miss up to three weeks. Pekmetek suffered a broken nose and facial bones in the same match and his recovery could be for up to three months. Hutchinson will be missing due to suspension due to his red card in the match against Asteras.
Tottenham will be ok even with a draw to keep the first place in the group and increase their 18 matches unbeaten run in the group stages. Kyle Walker could make a return to the pitch for the first time since March after being included in the squad. Chiriches, Townsend, Capoue and Naughton are all under doubt, but Mauricio Pochettino hopes his squad will be able to deliver a good result.
Neither team is tipped to push for the win, but that doesn’t guarantee the lack of goals seeing as in Besiktas’ last three Europa League games there have been over 2.5 goals, which is the exact market we’re going to bet 7 units on with 2.10 odds from Titan Bet. Another 1-1 score has 6.25 odds, and if Besiktas might still push for a win and top spot in the group, then Titan Bet back them at 2.10 odds, while the Spurs got 3.50 odds to win. Soldado has 3.00 odds to score, Frei and Ozyakup both have 4.33 odds and Tottenham with a +1 handicap has 1.42 odds.
Besiktas: Team’s Formation