RB Leipzig vs Tottenham – Champions League – RB Leipzig hosts Tottenham on this 2nd leg of this Champions League’s tie
RB Leipzig vs Tottenham – and they still don’t have Orban available for this clash.
Besides that absence, Leipzig also have Adams, Konate, Ampadu and Kampl in doubt for this encounter.
On the side of Tottenham, Kane and Son continue absent while Sissoko, Sessegnon and Foyth are doubtful.
Leipzig is at a clear advantage in this tie because they’ve beaten Tottenham by 1-0 in England, which means they just have to avoid losing on this 2nd leg to advance onto the quarterfinals of the competition.
The German side is in 3rd place of the Bundesliga despite already being in the lead this year, but two consecutive draws led them to drop some positions on the standings, with the team being overtaken by Dortmund.
Leipzig are now 5 points away from 1st place but they continue to be one of the clubs to keep an eye out for in this year’s title race.
Leipzig are coming off 11 consecutive matches always scoring at home and on the last 19 matches played as hosts, they only failed to score on 1 occasion.
They are also unbeaten for 11 consecutive matches at home and 9 of their last 10 matches played as hosts have also finished with “Over 2.5 Goals”.
Both teams scoring is also a trend in their matches at home, since it happened in 7 of their last 8 matches played on that condition.
Tottenham is getting progressively worse in the league and they are close to being eliminated from the Champions League.
They can’t find their way and Mourinho continues to utilize the excuse that his best attacking players are injured.
The truth is that they had a more attacking style when Mourinho arrived at the club and it is already time to bring that style that was working well for them back.
Tottenham are in 8th place of the Premier League and the European spots are getting further away.
The team is coming off 5 winless matches in all competitions and they are on the worst moment of form of the entire season, right at the most important time of it.
In 8 of their last 13 matches played away from home, the “Over 2.5 Goals” line was surpassed.
There was a period of “Unders” during the month of January, but it seems like the team wants to bring back the attacking football that marked Mourinho’s early period leading the team.
On this trip to Germany, Tottenham know they will concede goals. Leipzig will score at home because they always do that and against a Tottenham side that has been conceding goals regularly, we should see it happening again.
What the English side will have to do is trying to outscore their opponents and advance on away goals.
Tottenham have enough quality to score goals against any opposition, even without Kane and Son, they just need to play with an attacking style.
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RB Leipzig vs Tottenham – Betting Tips: :
I believe that Mourinho will make that here and we will have a match with goals from both sides as well as the “Over 2.5 Goals” line being surpassed because that’s the only way I see the Englishmen having any chances in this tie.
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