10. Tottenham are winless in their last two games, having won all four of their opening four fixtures of the season. They are 1.62 to win in Belgrade.
9. Partizan, meanwhile, have already played 11 games this season and boast a W9 D2 record. They are 2.20 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
8. Spurs’ 2-2 result at Sunderland last weekend was their first draw in nine games, stretching back to April last season. Another draw is available at 3.75.
7. Harry Kane has already scored twice for Spurs in the Europa League this season but netted an own goal at Sunderland on Saturday. Spurs are 2.60 to score in both halves.
Watch Spurs beat Limassol 2-1 in Cyprus during Europa League qualifying last month:
6. Spurs have scored first in four of their six fixtures this season and are 1.41 to do so in Belgrade.
5. Partizan have scored three goals or more in six of their last seven outings. They are 11.50 to net over 2.5 goals against Spurs.
4. Danko Lazovic has scored five goals in four league outings for Partizan this season. The home side are 2.55 to score first.
3. Spurs recorded just 13.3 shots per game in the Europa League last season, finishing 26th out of the 56 participating teams for shots per game. They are 5.30 not to score in Serbia.
2. Tottenham boasted the joint-best defensive record in the Europa League group stage last season, conceding just two goals (alongside Ludogorets). They are 2.67 to win without conceding on Thursday.
1. Nacer Chadli is Spurs’ top scorer this season, with three goals. The Belgian scored just five all last campaign, and his side are 2.50 to be leading at both half and full-time in Serbia.