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Sluggish Spurs set for San Siro boost

Sluggish Spurs set for San Siro boost


Tottenham may have made a stuttering start to their Premier League campaign but they can return to form by beating Inter Milan in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Spurs were poor in Saturday’s 2-1 home loss to Liverpool with England stars Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier and Eric Dier in particular coming in for criticism.

However, Inter contrived to lose to Parma at the San Siro on Saturday and have picked up only four points from their first four Serie A games.

Spurs to win and both teams to score @ 33/10

Inter were expected to be one of Juventus’ main challengers for the Serie A title this term but already look set for another season of under-achievement.

Spurs beat Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in last term’s Champions League and should have too much firepower for Luciano Spalletti’s side even though Michel Vorm is not proving to be a reliable understudy to the injured Hugo Lloris and may not keep a clean sheet.

Liverpool to beat PSG by one goal @ 3/1

Elsewhere on Tuesday, Jurgen Klopp has got Liverpool purring and last season’s Champions League finalists can get the better of French champions Paris Saint Germain.

In the same group, Napoli have already beaten Lazio, AC Milan and Fiorentina in Serie A this season and Carlo Ancelotti’s side can edge to victory at a Red Star Belgrade team that have had to play eight matches to reach this stage of the competition.

PSV Eindhoven will be adopting a damage-limitation exercise at Barcelona while Borussia Dortmund, who beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 on Friday, can win in Bruges at 4/5.

Porto to beat Schalke @ 19/10

There could be two tight games in Group D and it may be worth a punt on FC Porto winning at Schalke as the German outfit have made a dismal start to the Bundesliga campaign, losing their first three matches.

Lokomotiv Moscow don’t score or concede many goals so a goalless draw at Galatasaray at 8/1 may be worth considering.

Lokomotiv are 10th in the Russian Premier Liga after scoring only five goals in their first seven matches and conceding the same number.


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