PSV Eindhoven vs Tottenham Hotspur Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19

PSV Eindhoven vs Tottenham Hotspur Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19

PSV Eindhoven and Tottenham Hotspur head into their Champions League encounter on Wednesday night knowing that defeat would leave them on the brink of being unable to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition. Here you can get the PSV Eindhoven vs Tottenham Hotspur Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.

PSV Eindhoven vs Tottenham Hotspur Live Match Streaming

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  • 8:00pm Tuesday 6th November
  • Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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PSV secured a return to European football’s premier competition by winning the Eredivisie last season and under new boss Mark van Bommel, the Boeren look well set to regain their domestic crown having recorded nine successive wins.

The Dutch giants would have hoped for an easier draw in the group stages of this tournament, but being given tests with Barcelona, Inter and Spurs made the club underdogs to progress and that is how Group B has panned out so far.

PSV were undone by a Lionel Messi masterclass at Camp Nou during the middle of September, and it left the onus on Van Bommel’s side to at least avoid defeat against Inter.

The signs were positive when Pablo Rosario put PSV into the lead, but Inter’s comeback has left PSV sitting at the bottom of the group and aware that they must come out on top in their double-header with Spurs.

A six-point advantage for both Barca and Inter will have led to both Van Bommel and Mauricio Pochettino being aware that the games between the clubs could be the determining factor for who gains a place in the Europa League after Christmas.

That will currently be regarded as second best for both teams, but it is a realistic target unless they are able to record a win at Camp Nou or San Siro later in the competition.

PSV have only scored once in their opening two European fixtures, but 36 goals have been netted in nine league games with Luuk de Jong and Hirving Lozano both contributing eight strikes.

Lozano has been strongly linked with a future move to the Premier League with Spurs said to hold an interest in the Mexico international, and the 23-year-old will be motivated to make an impact on Wednesday night.Tottenham Hotspur have enjoyed a strong start to their Premier League campaign, with seven wins from nine matches leaving the club just two points adrift of Manchester City and Liverpool.

However, letting a lead slip against Inter Milan at San Siro could prove to be the result which leaves Spurs out of the reckoning in Group B and it places huge significance on Wednesday’s match.

Topping a group which included Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund last season and only suffering a narrow two-legged defeat to Juventus in the last 16 left Spurs as one of the dark horses for this year’s competition, but defeat at PSV would give the North London outfit plenty of work to do just to make the Europa League.

Pochettino has had to contend with a number of latecomers after their performances at the World Cup and several injuries to key players, but Spurs have reached a stage in their development where not taking part in European football after Christmas would come as a huge blow.

The Argentine may have feared the worst after the setback at Inter with it being the club’s third successive defeat but since that result, four wins and progress in the EFL Cup have come in their last half-a-dozen outings.

Spurs were ultimately outclassed in their showdown with Barcelona, but there were still positives to take from that match and the English side would have been facing a different scenario had they taken one of their chances before Messi netted a game-clinching fourth during the closing stages.

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