PSG could drop down to second spot, and subsequently into Spurs’ firing line, if they fail to match Benfica’s result. The Portuguese outfit face a trip to face Maccabi Haifa which, on paper at least, is more favourable than the Parisians’ trip to Turin where Juventus await.
Los Blancos are at home to bottom-side Celtic which means RB Leipzig are Tottenham’s most-likely opponents if they are drawn against second spot in Group F. With Manchester City enjoying a healthy lead in Group C, Borussia Dortmund look set for second place which would also put them on Spurs’ list of potential challengers.
AC Milan are in a good position to tie up second in Group E with Chelsea leading the way, but RB Salzburg, who travel to the San Siro, could change things around with a victory. Spurs fans will therefore watch on intently to see which way the pendulum swings.