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FT: Tottenham 3 Inter Milan 0.
Lennon makes way, with Naughton coming on to take the lively winger's pace.
Pereira picks up a booking after a late sliding challenge on Lennon.
A rare touch for Gallas sees Guarin intercept from Parker, but as he goes down under Gallas, he is booked for a dive.
Holtby takes to the field, with Sigurdsson's sensational shift brought to an end.
Jonathan enters the fray for Inter at Alvarez's expense.
Dembele is taken off, with Livermore the man replacing him.
Kovacic makes way, with Guarin the man taking his place.
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - VERTONGHEN!
Palacio is on for the second half, with Gargano his replacment.
Jeff Hyde writes: 'Bale getting that yellow hurts and will leave Spurs with a large hole to fill in Milan, but if we can get one or two more to hit the back of the net, Bale missing can be seen as giving him a rest. I'm thinking 4-1 tonight.'
HT: Tottenham 2 Inter Milan 0.
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - SIGURDSSON!
Parker bullies his way through the centre, before Defoe takes over the reins, feeding in Bale who goes down in a collision with Gargano and picks up a booking for diving.
GOAL FOR TOTTENHAM - BALE!
Adam Pearson's prediction: 'I think this will be a hard game but Inter will come out on top. The standard of their play is a lot slicker and their defence is stronger. Both teams to score but Inter to win! Sorry spurs, this draw is where it ends.'
A thoroughly confident Craig King writes: 'I can see a spurs win again tonight. We have been in perilous form in the league and I fancy us to continue that tonight. 2-0 Bale to score first.'
Rifat Ahmed writes: 'What a mouthwatering match it will be between this two teams, Inter have good player but they don't have the goal machine. Gareth Bale has been sensational this season and now I fear for them, hoping for some smashing goals from both teams. Spurs can't afford to under estimate the Italians who also have some brilliant players. I'll go for 3-3 and Bale to score a hat-trick again.'
Jake Cann kicks off the feedback, writing: 'I can see a triumphant Spurs to tonight. Happy to see Adebayor not there as Defoe is ten times the player he is. Can see 4-1 Spurs; Bale, Defoe, Vertonghen and Holtby.'
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