Harry Kane opened his 2015-16 goalscoring account for Mauricio Pochettino's side in Saturday's eye-catching 4-1 win over Manchester City in the Premier League and he's 34/5 to score first against Monaco and continue where he left off at the weekend.
Kane is also 51/20 to score anytime against the Ligue 1 side, but Monaco themselves have plenty of firepower – particularly teenage midfielder Thomas Lemar, who has scored three times in the French league already this season and is 33/5 to score anytime against the North Londoners.
Back to Spurs and Eric Dier, who has started every match in every competition in a defensive midfield role so far this term and netted his second goal of the campaign against City, is 25/1 to score first and 10/1 to score anytime.
Looking at the bigger picture, Spurs are 53/20 to beat Monaco, while they're 6/1 to win and for both teams to score.
Marathonbet are also offering 74/25 for there to be over 3.5 goals in the match – something that could well be on the cards after Spurs’ aforementioned big win against City, with Monaco having netted three goals in each of their last two matches.
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