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Tottenham have been undefeated at home for 14 games. The Rossoneri haven’t lost a single match of their last 13 games. Everything suggests that White Hart Lane will host a great encounter tomorrow evening.


MILAN - Unlike in the first leg on February 15, Tottenham can count on previously suspended Jermaine Jenas for tomorrow’s Champions League clash against Milan. The Rossoneri have won in England only once before, when they beat Manchester United 1-0 in the 2004-2005 season thanks to a goal from Hernan Crespo. As for the hosts, Tottenham have won all 18 of their European cup matches after winning the first leg away from home.

Tottenham, who are coming off a 3-3 draw at Wolverhampton after getting goals from Pavlyuchanko and Dafoe (2), turned White Hart Lane into a fort. In fact, Harry Redknapp’s team haven’t lost in its last 14 home matches, picking up 10 wins and 1 draw. The Spurs’ last defeat came on 20 September 2010, when they lost to Arsenal 4-2 in the League Cup.

As for the guests, Milan have been doing admirably well away from home as coach Allegri’s team have been unbeaten in its last away 13 games. The Rossoneri last fell at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Champions League action in October. Players facing their former teams will be Kevin Prince Boateng and Carlo Cudicini, the son of the Black Spider, a former Milan great.

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