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- Posted:Tuesday, September 28, 2010
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In what is sure to be a hotly-anticipated fixture, football fans may be wise to snap up some cheap London hostels now and get tickets to fill the 36,000 plus capacity of the ground.
The atmosphere is sure to be thrilling inside the stadium, especially considering the road that Spurs have so far travelled in order to get into the group stages of the prestigious competition.
Having lost the first leg of their qualifying campaign 3-2 away to Swiss side Young Boys, a fixture that saw the team down by three goals after less than 30 minutes, Harry Redknapp would pull the club back together and pull off a comfortable and historic 4-0 win in the return fixture at White Hart Lane.
The good news has kept on coming for Spurs fans when their first ever Champions League group game ended in a 2-2 draw at the ground of German giants Werder Bremen.
However, Inter Milan are going to present possibly the toughest challenge for Spurs, meaning that booking up a London hostel may be even more appealing to those wanting to see a game where anything could happen.
That is because the Italian side are defending the trophy after winning it last season, a feat that saw the club wait 45 years to get back to the apex of the European mountain.
Some good news for Tottenham fans though is that from three away games, Inter have lost one game, drew another and only recorded a single victory – possibly showing that catching them away from home may be the best chance to rack up some points.
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