please log in to view this image Wednesday 13th January 8pm Champions League Round of 16 Wembley Stadium Another tight win in the league keeps us in contention and with a decent gap those behind us. It's a ten day gap after this game too, so it's a good position to be in as we head back into European competition. Our old friends Dortmund stand between us and a place in the quarter-finals. Can Son continue beekeeping or will the high-flying Germans prevail? We may have struggled to work our way through a tough group, but our opponents made it look fairly easy. They're flying this season and their qualification to this round was no exception to that form. Wins against Club Brugge and Monaco took them into the double-header against Atletico Madrid. The Spaniards had also won their first two games and it looked a tall task for Dortmund. It was anything but. Simeone's men were swept away in emphatic style in a stunning result: The reverse fixture saw some pride restored in Madrid and put the group back into contention. The 2-0 loss is Dortmund's biggest of the campaign and they've only suffered one other defeat: Both sides went on to beat Monaco again and draw with Brugge, leaving Dortmund as group winners on head-to-head. The Belgians dropped into the Europa League to face Salzburg, while Thierry Henry's Monaco crashed out. Dortmund's domestic form has been equally impressive. They've built up a five point gap at the top of the Bundesliga and have only two blips on their record. The first is that other loss, which came away to newly promoted Dusseldorf, who were in the relegation zone. The other is their elimination from the cup on penalties to Bremen. They've drawn their last two though, for anyone looking for a crumb of comfort. Everyone will remember our meetings from the last campaign, as we won both games and the group. Some signings and loans have transformed them into a far more effective outfit, though. Axel Witsel returned to Europe from China to bolster their midfield and has fitted in seemlessly. Thomas Delaney joining from Bremen has also added to that area. Jadon Sancho and Paco Alcacer transformed their attack and have grabbed a lot of headlines, too. Alli, Davies and Kane are still out, but Dier and Lamela are available again. Rose won't be fit enough to start and Janssen isn't in the Champions League squad. Reus, Piszczek, Alcacer and Weigl are unavailable for Dortmund. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Trippier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Rose; Winks, Sissoko, Skipp, Eriksen; Son, Llorente. Subs: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Foyth, Wanyama, Moura. League form: WLWWWW. Dortmund: Burki; Piszczek, Weigl, Diallo, Hakimi; Dahoud, Witsel; Sancho, Philipp, Guerreiro; Gotze. Subs: Hitz, Toprak, Schmelzer, Pulisic, Wolf, Bruun Larsen, Alcacer. League form: LWWWDD. Referee: Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz (SPA). Had lots of Man City games, but none of ours. TV: BT Sport 2. How would you line up for this one and who would you pick in the contested fullback positions? Should we start with a back three or a back four? Four or five in the midfield? Should Llorente start this one, where his experience could be key or would you prefer a more mobile choice?