It was a tough goalless draw in Belgrade back on September 18 with chances few and far between - Harry Kane came closest to breaking the deadlock when he rattled the underside of the crossbar in the first half.
Since then, Partizan have played 13 times in all competitions with eight wins, a draw and four defeats.
However, three of those defeats have come in the Europa League, home and away against Besiktas and somewhat surprisingly at home to Asteras Tripolis.
In domestic action they've reeled off seven wins and a draw in nine, including victory over fierce city rivals Crvena Zvezda (Red Star Belgrade) at Stadium Partizan in October - Nikola Drincic hitting the only goal of the game.
They arrive at the Lane on the back of four straight wins in the league.
A FEW FACTS
European form guide - Partizan are without a win in 16 group stage matches in Europe stretching back to a 1-0 against Shakhtar Donetsk in 2009.
Partizan in Europe, 2014-15 - This will be Partizan's 11th match in Europe this season after kicking-off in the Champions League qualifiers against HB Torsavn in July. They went out against Bulgarian side Ludogorets before qualifying for the Europa League by beating Neftci PFK in the play-offs.
Coach - Marko Nikolic took over Partizan in December, 2013.
Top scorer - Petar Skuletic is Partizan's top-scorer this term with 17 goals in all competitions, including five in his last three. Danko Lazovic has 10.
Our form vs Serbian teams - We've played three teams from Serbia in Europe and have won three of the five matches. We beat OFK Boegrad 5-2 on aggregate in the semi-final of the Cup Winners Cup in 1963 - on our way to becoming the first British team to win a European trophy - and beat Red Star 2-1 on aggregate in the UEFA Cup in 1972, losing away before turning the tie around at the Lane.
Partizan's form vs British teams - Partizan have played British teams on 14 occasions since first facing Manchester United in 1966 - they have won four, drawn one and lost nine.