Tottenham Hotspur are far from the most exciting team on the planet, but they’re largely continuing to pick up positive results.
Last Tuesday night, Spurs battled to an uneventful goalless draw at Deutsche Bank Park.
This leaves Antonio Conte’s team on four points, having beaten Marseille at home and then lost in Lisbon.
If Tottenham win their next two Champions League games, both of which are at home, they could wrap up a top two finish.
Eintracht Frankfurt though are also very much in the hunt in, what is, their first European Cup campaign since reaching the final in 1960.
Oliver Glasner’s team were hammered by Sporting on matchday one, before Jesper Lindstrøm was the only scorer at Stade Vélodrome.
The Eagles won away to Real Betis, Barcelona and West Ham en route to winning last season’s Europa League, meaning they’re unbeaten in eight continental away games.
Will that streak come to an end at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
Tottenham Hotspur team news
Emerson is currently in the midst of a three-game domestic ban, meaning he’s likely to return in place of Matt Doherty here.
Yves Bissouma was given just his second Spurs start at Brighton, but Richarlison could return, thereby switching from a 3-5-2 back to a 3-4-3.
Dejan Kuluševski remain sidelined; Ivan Perišić is set to return in place of Ryan Sessegnon at left-wing-back.
Eintracht Frankfurt team news
Jérôme Onguéné, Makoto Hasebe and Aurélio Buta are all out injured.
Japanese forward Daichi Kamada has scored in the Europa League in London against Arsenal and West Ham, so will be looking to add to his collection here.