THREE KEY CLASHES
LENGLET v GIROUD
FORMER Arsenal and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud (below) is fighting a fever but is still expected to start against fellow Frenchman Clement Lenglet, who is likely to step in to the centre of a back three with Eric Dier banned. Divock Origi is Stefano Pioli’s only other option with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 41, fit again but not in AC Milan’s UEFA squad.
ROYAL v HERNANDEZ
EMERSON ROYAL has hit new heights since Tottenham paid £40million for Pedro Porro in January and will need to be strong and focused against Theo Hernandez, who caused problems in the first leg with his pace and combinations
with winger Rafael Leao.
KANE v THIAW
GERMANY Under 21 defender Malik Thiaw, born in Dusseldorf to a Senegalese father and Finnish mother, shone on his Champions League debut in the first leg as he silenced Harry Kane, but Spurs must score tonight and their record marksman will lead the way.