please log in to view this image Tuesday 22nd October 8pm Champions League Group Stage Tottenham Hotspur Stadium That's the repackaged Red Star Belgrade, for those who were wondering, as they're our next opponent. Our domestic form is still appalling, so this is a big opportunity to do something about our European results. We face the Serbian champions in back-to-back group games, which we really need to win. They're not a team that lose many games though, as Liverpool found out last season. Can we finally put in a decent display or will another trophy opportunity fall by the wayside? Vladan Milojevic spent most his playing career as a defender in the Greek League. His only silverware came during a short stint in his homeland Yugoslavia with Red Star Belgrade. His managerial career has followed a fairly similar path, switching between the two countries, plus Cyprus. He earned promotion and a cup with Cuckaricki in Belgrade before moving to Cypiot club Omonia. Greek side Panionios were his next port of call before he returned to what was now Serbia. His two and a bit seasons at the helm have been exceptional, as the club has barely lost any domestic games. They've also done pretty well in Europe, overcoming the odds on a number of occasions in that time. His first campaign saw them progress through four rounds of qualifiers to reach the Europa League group. They drew with Arsenal and finished second in the group, before going out to CSKA Moscow by a solitary goal. They won the title and faced a Champions League qualifying mountain last season. Four more qualifiers ended with them sneaking past Red Bull Salzburg on penalties to reach the group. The draw wasn't favourable, as they faced PSG, Liverpool and Napoli and they struggled badly. They lost four, drew one, but they won their home game against Liverpool 2-0: This season has seen another gruelling qualifying campaign with a couple of tricky draws. A win against HJK Helsinki was marred by racist chanting, for which their fans received a ban from this game. They beat FC Copenhagen on penalties and knocked out Young Boys on away goals to reach the group. Their first game was a sound 3-0 loss to Bayern, but they bounced back with a win against Olympiakos. Lloris is out long-term, but Eriksen has returned to training with the squad. Jovicic, Gajic and Boakye appear to be out for our visitors. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Gazzaniga; Alderweireld, Sanchez, Vertonghen; Aurier, Sissoko, Winks, Rose; Moura, Ali; Kane. Subs: Austin, Foyth, Davies, Dier, Ndombele, Lamela, Son. League form: DWLWLD. Red Star: Popovic; Gobeljic, Milunovic, Pankov, Rodic; Marin, Jovancic, Vulic, Garcia; Pavkov, Tomane. Subs: Vasiljevic, Degenek, Babic, Petrovic, Simic, van La Parra, Ivanic. League form: WLWWWW. Referee: Marco Guida (ITA). Might be his first Champions League game. VAR: Gianluca Rocchi (ITA). TV: BT Sport 3. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Watford game? Would you stick with three centre-backs and who would you pick for the fullback roles? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting Red Star to go with?