|Today's Enhanced Offer|
|Promo Type||Enhanced Odds/Free Bet Bonus|
|Promo||6.00 (5/1) Tottenham to Win Against AS Monaco|
|Valid Until||19:45 BST - September 14, 2016|
|Accepted Countries||UK and Ireland (only)|
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This season, Tottenham will play their European games at Wembley Stadium, as their regular home – White Hart Lane – is currently undergoing expansion, which will increase the ground’s capacity from 36,000 to 61,000. Once completed, the new White Hart Lane will boast a greater capacity than that of their rivals Arsenal by just a few hundred, whose Emirates Stadium currently offers 60,432 seats.
Tottenham are the favourites to win the game, although they might struggle at first to adjust themselves to Wembley’s pitch, which is significantly bigger (105m by 69m) than the one they’re used to playing on (100m by 67m). But considering that Wembley can boast 90,000 spectators – with the vast majority expected to be Spurs fans – Mauricio Pochettino’s men will enjoy great support as they aim to kick off their European quest with a victory against the wealth of AS Monaco.
“It was impossible to have more training sessions at Wembley, but I’m happy. Maybe it’s a little bigger than White Hart Lane but in the end it’s football, so we need to enjoy it and play better than Monaco,” the Spurs boss commented.
“It’s not a problem today. Maybe tomorrow after the game, it’s a problem and we need to find a solution. We cannot talk about problems when nothing has happened yet. We need to go to Wembley to play, behave naturally and try to win games,” said the 44-year-old. “We try not to find an excuse, that’s never good. We need to play and try to beat Monaco. That’s the most important thing.”
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