Tottenham vs FC Dnipro
Tottenham’s failure to score in the first leg was the first time in 14 Europa League matches they have drawn a blank (excluding qualifiers).
Spurs have won seven and drawn one of their last eight Europa League matches at home, scoring 22 goals in the process (excluding qualifiers).
Spurs have not scored in their last two games in all competitions, the second time they have failed to hit the back of the net in consecutive games this season.
Of teams to qualify for the knockout phase from the group stage in this season’s Europa League, only Ludogorets Razgrad have conceded fewer goals (2) than Spurs (3).
Spurs had 13 shots (excluding blocked) in the first leg, their second most in a Europa League match this season (excluding qualifiers).
The only time Tottenham have been eliminated in the last 32 of this competition, they faced Ukrainian opposition – they lost 3-1 on aggregate to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2008/09.
Only Red Ball Salzburg’s Jonathan Soriano has scored more goals (6) than Jermain Defoe (5) in this season’s Europa League (excluding qualifiers).
Dnipro’s only previous game against English opposition (excluding qualifiers) resulted in a 3-0 loss – away at Middlesbrough in 2005/06.
Yevhen Konoplyanka has scored in each of his last four Europa League games for Dnipro.
The previous five times Dnipro have won a first leg in European competition knockout stages they have progressed to the next stage.