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Tottenham Hotspur will welcome Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund to Wembley Stadium on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie, report agencies.
Both sides will be sweating on the fitness of several of their key players. For the hosts, Harry Kane is inching ever closer to a return from an ankle injury, whilst Dortmund icon Marco Reus faces a late fitness test after suffering from a thigh injury in recent weeks.
With the two sides both known for their work rates and fluid attacking play, this tie looks set to be one of the most mouthwatering of the knockout stages this season.
Tottenham fans will be desperate for both Kane and Dele Alli to return to the lineup for such an important game.
The pair, who have both been out since mid-January, are nearing the end of their recoveries, but this game will likely come too soon.
Ben Davies missed Sunday’s meeting with Leicester City with a groin injury, as did Vincent Janssen, who has been dealing with a knee injury. Eric Dier could return to the lineup, having sat out the weekend’s match with an illness.
As for Borussia Dortmund, captain Marco Reus has been ruled out of the match due to a thigh injury, the club has said.
Reus, who has 17 goals for Dortmund in all competitions and is the club’s leading scorer, injured his thigh during their German Cup defeat by Werder Bremen last week and missed their draw with Hoffenheim in the league at the weekend.
“We would, of course, have liked to have him in London, because his presence is a bit intimidating for the opponent,” Dortmund official Sebastian Kehl told reporters.
“But we’ll compensate for his absence.”
Jadon Sancho, the 18-year-old English winger who has eight goals and 10 assists in all competitions, is expected to take Reus’ place in the starting lineup.
It is unclear whether Reus will be fit for the return leg on March 5.