Tottenham face Inter Milan later today and plenty of Tottenham fans have been sharing their predictions ahead of the game. Neither team go into the game in great form, with Tottenham suffering back-to-back defeats against Watford and Liverpool and Inter fresh off the back of a 1-0 home defeat to Parma.
How’s your #UCL matchday looking today?
I’ll be watching from _____
I’ll be watching with _____
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 18 September 2018
The Lilywhites will kick off their Champions League campaign where they left off last time, against Italian opposition. This time, though, it should be a little bit easier as Inter Milan present less of a threat than Juventus do. That doesn’t mean it will be easy though, and the Nerazzurri boast some top talents. Mauro Icardi, Radja Naingollan and Ivan Perisic are all top talents and they’re all capable of hurting Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side will also be without the injured Hugo Lloris, Dele Alli and Moussa Sissoko as well as Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier who haven’t travelled for the game. A lot of factors are pointing towards a tough game for Tottenham and it will be a true test of their character when the game kicks off at the unusual time of 17:55 this late afternoon.
You can read the Spurs fans’ pessimistic predictions here:
I’ll be watching from Melbourne Australia
I’ll be watching with no one
My score prediction is Inter 3-1 Spurs
— With You Now (@WithYouNowMusic) September 18, 2018
Home, anxiety, 1-1
— Craig (@mrcraigo10) September 18, 2018
nowhere due to early kick off
nobody due to early kick off
— Michael (@mickytricks) September 18, 2018
I’ll be watching from: behind the sofa
I’ll be watching with: my fingers over my eyes.
My score prediction: is not great.#COYS
— Tricky (@ItsTricky73) 18 September 2018
Behind my sofa
My fingers crossed
Probably a weak 1-0 loss
— Giuseppe Messina (@ea1gmessina) September 18, 2018
Due to technical reasons, I’m not sure whether I can be bothered.
— MattISpurs (@ParkLaneBlock40) September 18, 2018
As you can see, there’s not much in the way of optimism from the Spurs fans and they’ll be hoping that Pochettino and co can prove them all wrong.