With a number of internationals featuring in both sides, here is the low down on two of the standout players.
It has been over a month since the world paid tribute to Tottenham’s Under-23 Manager, Ugo Ehiogu who passed away aged 44 after suffering a cardiac arrest.
The former centre back collapsed at Tottenham’s training centre, Hotspur Way on Thursday 20th April before being pronounced dead on Friday (21st April) morning.
One strength Tottenham Hotspur and Mauricio Pochettino have is the amount of squad depth available to them.
With star striker Harry Kane being ruled out for a reported two months, Tottenham Hotspur are left with South Korean attacker, Heung-Min Son and misfit Vincent Janssen available to start up top.
Nathan Oduwa was one of the biggest talents in Tottenham Hotspur’s youth academy and even had his name mentioned in AJ Tracey’s Daily Duppy song late last year.
Oduwa joined Tottenham’s famous academy in 2007 but failed to make a competitive first team appearance after turning pro in 2013.
When Tottenham Hotspur finished third last season some saw this as a disappointment following their ongoing pursuit for the title, but others saw this as a great opportunity to conquer the big stage of Europe, the UEFA Champions League.