Despite the doom and gloom that has surrounded Tottenham’s Premier League form of late, they do still have one foot in a Champions League quarter-final.
After a dominant performance in a 3-0 win at Wembley in February, Spurs will be looking to see the fixture against Borussia Dortmund through and reach the next round.
Since the two teams last faced each other, the Germans are now level on points with Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga having only won one of their last three games.
To be able to turn this fixture around, Dortmund will have to put in an excellent performance as well as stopping Spurs from grabbing an away goal. With the return of Harry Kane, this looks even more unlikely.
Mauricio Pochettino has said that his squad are going into this game as if it were 0-0, but he is sure to be quietly confident in his team’s ability to get another win against the Bundesliga leaders.
Take a look at how we predict Tottenham will line up.
GK: Hugo Lloris
After his last-minute penalty save in the North London Derby on Saturday, the Spurs captain will be heading into this one oozing with confidence.
RWB: Serge Aurier
Pochettino has often rotated Aurier into the starting XI when playing in Europe and is likely to do so again.
CB: Toby Alderweireld
After grabbing a clean sheet against Dortmund in the first leg, the Belgian will be eager to do so again on Tuesday.
CB: Davinson Sanchez
The young defender has proved himself as a valuable asset for Spurs since his arrival and will likely start in the centre of a back three tomorrow.
CB: Jan Vertonghen
Despite his top-notch performance at left wing-back in the first leg, Vertonghen will be moved into the back three.
LWB: Ben Davies
Having missed the first leg through injury, Davies will return to replace Danny Rose on the left flank.
CM: Eric Dier
With Harry Winks still nursing an injury, the England international could start to help see out this tough away tie.
CM: Moussa Sissoko
His physicality and energy will be vital when trying to break down Dortmund’s attacks.
CAM: Christian Erisken
Having failed to rescue Spurs in their last three league games, the Dane is due a good performance. There is no better opportunity than Tuesday night to show his quality.
After a strong performance in the home tie, Son will be eager to help put this fixture to bed with an away goal.
ST: Harry Kane
Harry Kane has grabbed two goals in three games since his return from injury and will be chomping at the bit to add to his Champions League tally on Tuesday.