When Tottenham were drawn in a Champions League group with Barcelona and Inter Milan, no-one expected them to walk it.
But an underwhelming draw against PSV, and two losses to Barcelona and Inter, have left Spurs with a huge mountain to climb.
They will be welcoming PSV to Wembley, and it is a gilt-edged opportunity to get three points on the board.
Standing in their way is a PSV team at the top of the Eredivisie, and the excellent Hirving Lozano will be keen to cause them some more problems.
Here’s all you need to know about Tuesday’s game…
When is the game?
Tottenham and PSV face off on Tuesday November 6.
Kick-off is scheduled for 20:00 pm.
Where is the game being played?
The game is being played at Wembley, Tottenham’s home ground as they wait for their new stadium to be completed.
The delay on the construction of the new stadium has led to the disquiet surrounding the club.
Is the game on TV and can it be live streamed?
BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD will be broadcasting the game.
Subscribers to BT Sport will be able to stream the match online via the app, or via the video player.
Victor Wanyama (knee), Eric Dier (thigh) are out, and Mousa Dembele is also a doubt after hobbling off against Wolves.
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What has been said
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris need to be careful about squandering leads late in the game.
He said: "We play in one way and it demands a lot of energy and concentration.
"We are always in control of the ball and we always try to press the opponent.
"Whatever is the score we try to play the same way – if it is 0-0, 3-0 or 1-0 down.
"But in this type of play we have to be more clever with the ball and without the ball. We need to learn.
"It is not the first time this has happened in the Champions League and in the League that the opponent created chances in the last minutes of the game.
"It’s something we need to improve on."
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