Tottenham v PSV Betting Tips, Latest Odds - Champions League 6 November

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Nov/05/2018

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Tottenham Hot Spur v PSV Betting Odds

Tottenham is 4/11, PSV 7/1 and the Draw 4/1.

Who the Public is Backing

Tottenham is seeing 62% of the action.

Tottenham v PSV Betting Tips

Spurs last hosted PSV in a European match in March 2008 at White Hart Lane in the UEFA Cup, losing 0-1.

Spurs are winless in five Champions League matches (D2 L3) – their longest ever winless run in major European competition.

PSV have won none of their last 11 Champions League matches (D5 L6) since winning 2-1 against CSKA Moscow in December 2015.

None of Spurs’ 10 home Champions League group stage matches have ended as draws – they’ve won seven and lost three.

We do not have a pick on this matchup.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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