There are no records of previous H2H matches between these two teams, so I had to rely on other important factors for analysis. These two teams are locking horns for the first time.
Tottenham had taken a hike to Germany to meet Bayern Munich in their last group-stage game. In what was an expected result, the Bavarians recorded a 3-1 win at home. Mourinho’s boys did try their best to make a comeback, but at the Allianz Arena, it was just too big of a task.
Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko and Juan Foyth remain sidelined with injury and should miss Wednesday’s match. Erik Lamela is nearing full fitness and could be in line to make a return.
RB Leipzig progressed to the round of 16 after finishing top of Group G ahead of Lyon and Benfica. They suffered just one defeat in the group phase and played out 2-2 draws in their final two fixtures.
- Son has scored 9 times in his last 10 UCL starts.
- 100% of Spurs’ games in this competition this term have seen over 2.5 goals land.
- 8 of Leipzig’s last 10 UCL games have seen at least 3 goals.
- The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has seen more goals than any other ground in this season’s competition.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Champions League form: DLWWWL
Tottenham Hotspur’s form (all competitions): DWDWWW
RB Leipzig’s Champions League form: WLWWDD
RB Leipzig’s form (all competitions): WLDLDW
In addition, the Spurs have been a major presence in the PL for quite a long time, and is known, the English top flight is considered to be miles ahead in terms of quality, than their German counterparts.
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