Comments Crvena Zvezda vs Tottenham
The match Crvena Zvezda vs Tottenham in the 4th round of Group B Champions League season 2019/20 will take place at 03:00 on November 7 in Vietnam time. Controlling this match at Etihad Stadium will be the referee team from Spain.
The referee is Mr. Carlos Del Cerro. The assistant referees are Mr. Juan Yuste, Roberto Alonso and the assistant VAR is also a Spaniard, Juan Martínez Munuera.
Predict the match Crvena Zvezda vs Tottenham
The trip to Belgrade came at the wrong time for Tottenham. This was a time when the London team had problems both mentally and in form while Crvena Zvezda’s home ground was famous as one of the scariest destinations in Europe.
It should be known that, on this football field with a capacity of more than 50,000 seats, Crvena Zvezda is extremely difficult to beat. They have only lost 2 of the last 21 matches in the European arena when playing at the Rajko Mitic fire pan.
Recent form of Crvena Zvezda and Tottenham
Tottenham have prepared for the trip to Crvena Zvezda in a very disappointing way. They drew Everton with a score of 1-1 in an eventful match. There, Everton midfielder Andre Gomes broke his leg after a collision with Son Heung-min and Tottenham side Serge Aurier. Son then received a red card and Gomes went straight to the hospital with a broken leg at the ankle.
The draw at Everton is also the 9th match in a row, Tottenham did not win when away from home. If calculated more broadly, Tottenham also has only 1 win away from … March 7 to now. They just beat Ajax in a comeback like a bronze. The rest, Spurs lost 7 and drew 6 matches in the remaining 13 trips in all competitions.
In contrast to Tottenham’s pathetic away form is Crvena Zvezda’s impressive record at home. At the fire pan that is always thick with flares called Rajko Mitic, Crvena Zvezda has just had their 5th victory in a row and in each of them, they also scored 2 or more goals.
It seems that the fulcrum from more than 50,000 spectators at home always helps Crvena Zvezda players to play with maximum confidence and make 100% effort. As proof that they are unbeaten at the football field dubbed the Maracana of Serbia, Crvena Zvezda is having the 12th match in a row without losing (won 10, drew 2 matches). And all 12 games, Crvena Zvezda opened fire.
That information is really a signal of alarm at the highest level for Tottenham’s very lax defense. In the last 15 away games, Spurs only had 1 clean sheet. That’s when they met third-place Colchester in the League Cup.
The rest, with just a little bit of strength, any home team can concede Tottenham. Playing defensively like that, how can Spurs stand firm in the Maracana fire pan of Serbia?
For a detailed, multi-dimensional view and insight into the match Crvena Zvezda vs Tottenham, please click on the link below to read this match.