Tottenham are the second English team who needs a win this midweek to remain in the Champions League. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have put themselves in this situation by being sloppy when they visited Milan and Eindhoven.
Their 1-0 win over Inter has given them the chance to even compete for a place in the knockout round, but they would need to beat Barcelona before reaching that goal.
Barcelona have already qualified for the knockout stages, but it is unlikely that Lionel Messi and his teammates would want to end their campaign with a defeat in front of their home fans.
Spurs have been in fine form heading into this game and their performance in their last game against Leicester City suggest that they are getting ready for this game especially with an in form Dele Ali.
They have won all but one of their last 8 matches and that single defeat came at the hands of Arsenal in the North London derby.
Barca have won all of their last 4 games the last of which was a derby win over fierce rivals Espanyol, so Enersto Valverde would hope that his men can end their group stage campaign on a high.