10. Spurs and Partizan Belgrade drew 0-0 in this reverse fixture back in September, where only two shots on target were recorded in the entire 90 minutes. A repeat goalless tie is priced at 21.00.
9. Tottenham managed just two shots all game that day — their worst yield out of 20 matches this season. They are 3.10 not to net again on Thursday.
8. Spurs have won four of their last five outings, scoring exactly two goals in each win. They are 1.23 to win.
7. Partizan, meanwhile, have scored three in each of their last three wins, conceding just one goal. They are 14.00 to win in London.
6. Christian Eriksen’s late winner for Spurs at Hull last weekend was the Danish international’s fourth goal from 18 club and country appearances this season. Eriksen is 2.33 to net.
5. Harry Kane, meanwhile, also scored at Hull to bring his tally for the season to 10 in 15 outings. The striker is the Europa League’s joint top scorer with five goals and is 3.60 to net first.
4. Kane has scored 63% of Spurs’ goals in Europe this season (5/8) and averages four shots per game in the competition. He is 12.00 to score a hat trick.
3. Belgrade have scored just once in the Europa League group stage this season — Sasa Markovic with a consolation at Besiktas in their last group outing. Belgrade are 10.50 to net in both halves.
2. Spurs have conceded first in three of their last four games and are 4.30 to do so again on Thursday.
1. Between them, these sides have averaged just seven shots on target per Europa League game this season. A price of 4.80 is available for -1.5 total goals at White Hart Lane.