10. Tottenham must reverse a 3-0 first-leg defeat in Dortmund to make it to the Europa League quarter-finals. They have managed that just three times since 2007 and are 16.00 to go through.
9. The defeat in Dortmund means Spurs’ record against German teams now reads W7 D2 L5. They are 1.75 to win/draw on the Double Chance at home.
8. Tottenham ended a three-game winless run with their 2-0 win at Aston Villa on Sunday. They last went four games without victory back in October. A win here is priced at 3.40.
7. Marco Reus scored twice for Dortmund in their 3-0 win over Spurs last Thursday and bagged his 15th goal of the season at the weekend in the Bundesliga. The Germany international is 2.95 to score again.
6. Dortmund are unbeaten since Christmas (W11 D2) and have kept 10 clean sheets during that period. They have not conceded for 425 minutes of football and are 3.10 to keep a clean sheet on Thursday.
5. Harry Kane bagged a double in Spurs’ win at Villa Park on Sunday. It takes the England international’s tally for club and country to 24 this season, two goals of which have come in Europe. Kane is 12.00 to score twice.
4. Erik Lamela, with eight of Spurs’ 15 Europa League goals, is second-top scorer in the competition this season (level with Augsburg’s Raul Bobadilla and one behind Bilbao’s Aduriz). Lamela is 4.75 to net.
3. Dortmund have picked up just two yellow cards from their past five outings. Marcel Schmelzer is 6.00 to be booked.
2. Spurs, meanwhile, are the joint-most aggressive team in the competition with 10 yellow cards (alongside Anderlecht). Ryan Mason is 3.35 favourite to get a yellow card.
1. Of Spurs’ 15 goals in the Europa League this season, 10 have come in the first half of games. They are 3.70 to be leading at the break.