Spurs lost 1-0 to Ajax in their semi-final first leg.
Bookies have Spurs as big as 12/1 to win the Champions League after first leg defeat to Ajax, equating to a 7.7% chance of lifting the trophy.
The Eredivisie leaders have a 1-0 lead to take back to Amsterdam, and are now 11/4 to win their first Champions League this millennium. Some bookies have them as short as 9/4.
Spurs were without big names but should have Heung-Min Son back for the second leg, where they will need to score.
Wednesday’s other semi-final sees Barcelona host Liverpool. The Catalans are favourites for the competition outright at 6/4, while the Merseysiders are 23/10 to go one better than last season and emulate their heroes of 2005.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: “Spurs are still in the tie, something that didn’t look likely when Ajax were in full flow during the first half.
Pochettino knows that his side have their backs against the wall, but that’s nothing new for them in Europe next season.”