Posted on 9 March 2016
So are fans ready to back the underdog?
Those who do will find a tempting 5/1 for Spurs to win on Marathonbet with the home side priced at 31/50 to win on the night.
One trend of Spurs in Europe is goals - Mauricio Pochettino's men have scored in all eight matches in the competition so far this season and you can get 13/25 for them to continue that run at the Signal Iduna Stadium.
Let's stick with goals on the correct score front - Spurs to win 1-0 is 33/2 while a 2-1 win is 16/1. In terms of scoring draws, 1-1 is 33/5 and 2-2 is 15/1.
If you feel Spurs can secure a positive result, why not double up? Spurs to win or draw with over 2.5 goals is 22/5. Spurs to win or draw with under 2.5 goals is 59/20.
As pointed out in our pre-Arsenal betting, the second half to have most goals is proving fruitful - as it was again in the derby - and you can pick up 11/10 this time around.
In terms of goalscorers, Heung-Min Son is the obvious candidate with five goals in five against Borussia Dortmund from his time in the Bundesliga with Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen. 'Sonny' is 23/2 to score first and 77/20 to score first.
Kevin Wimmer is also back in Germany after his time at FC Koln and the defender is a 40/1 shout to score first. Ryan Mason opened the scoring last time out against Fiorentina and the midfielder is 28/1 to repeat the trick in Germany.
Harry Kane reached 20 goals for the season with his belter against Arsenal and the striker is 15/2 to score first, the same 15/2 to score last and a tempting 12/5 to score at anytime.
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