Monaco vs Tottenham Hotspur: Match Preview, Facts, Live Stream, Overview


Tottenham sit top of their Europa League bunch after the first round of apparatuses, however Thursday’s trek to Monaco speaks to a test of their aspirations.


The Monegasques’ form is ordinary. They’ve won recently twice in their last five installations, yet both were against transfer applicants (Ajaccio and Montpellier).

The 3-2 win over Montpellier highlighted a blending rebound from a 2-0 half-time deficiency, yet Monaco were barely meriting champs. Each of their objectives originated from a mix of tentativeness and uncouthness from the resistance with the ridiculous late punishment topping an incredible Ligue 1 conflict.

Their back line is a blend of maturing players, for example, previous Chelsea and Real Madrid stalwart Ricardo Carvalho and a large group of unremarkable adolescents.

Monaco likewise dug out from a deficit in their just Europa League apparatus in this way, against Anderlecht. They are battling for structure however don’t need for perseverance and are unrealistic to be effortlessly fixed.

More compelling going ahead, Monaco will test Tottenham’s guard.

The gigantic Lacina Traore, previous Milan star Stephan El Shaarawy and productive Portuguese adolescent Bernardo Silva display an impressive danger in front of enduring Spurs exchange target Joao Moutinho.

Moutinho and youthful midfielder Thomas Lemar are both brilliant at set pieces and will test Spurs on the off chance that they get a chance inside of extent.

Lemar is not surely understood outside France, but rather he has been reserved as Anthony Martial’s long haul substitution (in French) and has been one of Monaco’s better players so far this season.

Tottenham are in magnificent structure, straight from a 4-1 whipping of Manchester City. Not once this season have they delivered a completely terrible execution. Their energy ought to be adequate to help them through this European test.

Match Overview:

Match: AS Monaco vs Tottenham

Date: October 1, 2015

Stadium: Stade Louis II, Monaco (France)

Competition: Europa League

Kickoff time: 19:00 (UTC/GMT +2, local time)

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